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Folly Beach, South Carolina

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Maine Ferry (2)

Here are some more views from the ferry ride we took in Portland, Maine. First is an old fort - I wonder what it was like being stationed on this little island.
There were several jetties for boats to discharge their passengers on the islands.
I loved the coastline and houses on these islands.
Of course there were lighthouses to help guide ships.
And here's a view looking back at Portland.

8 comments:

  1. So beautiful photos from the ferry ride, Al!
    Love lighthouses!
    The view of Portland is beautiful too.
    Have a lovely weekend!

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  2. The travel

    One day the art of photography will travel to the miracle of an eye. This will be the day that the sea will sing the name of a photographer. His name is Al.

    Warm greetings from Volos my friend.
    Yannis Politopoulos

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  3. Loved your ferry ride Al, I also took some time to scroll down your older posts, as I have not been visiting blogland for a while.
    Still-scratching my head about the No Reading sign!, and will remember those glorious mountain snow shots for a long time. Happy Valentine's Day.

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  4. Our oldest was in the Coast Guard stationed in Booth Bay Harbor Maine and he had to spend some time alone on a small island repairing the lighthouse. He didn't tell us about it until after, so it didn't even make me nervous ;>)! We weren't able to visit him when he was stationed there, but we went a long time later and loved it up there -- saw why he loved it so much.

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  5. The island certainly looks like a compact, ordered fortress. Fascinating views.

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  6. Your photos bring back memories of Portland, Al! I loved the big lighthouse there, and LL Bean store

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  7. Great photos Al. I would love to live on one of those houses. Well, except during the winter months.

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