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Ruth Rosenthal | profile | all galleries >> Galleries >> Maine for the Puffins - June 2008 tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Maine for the Puffins - June 2008

Went to Maine to see the puffins at Machias Seal Island, plus previously unvisited lighthouses. Traveled from Portland to Campobello Island and back in five days, seeing 17 new lighthouses, a ton of breeding puffins, and some new places and islands I had not visited before during trips with Howard or by myself. It was muggy, buggy and often foggy, but ALWAYS fun, and I think I took some of my best pictures ever!
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Flew to Portland on Air Tran, drove to Bath.  Here's Doubling Point Light.
Flew to Portland on Air Tran, drove to Bath. Here's Doubling Point Light.
The walkway to Doubling Point
The walkway to Doubling Point
In Bath, I took a lighthouse cruise to see 10 lighthouses.  Here's Doubling Point from the water.
In Bath, I took a lighthouse cruise to see 10 lighthouses. Here's Doubling Point from the water.
One of the Kennebec River Range lights.
One of the Kennebec River Range lights.
Squirrel Point Light.
Squirrel Point Light.
Perkins Light
Perkins Light
An old lifesaving station converted to an expensive B&B (Phippsburg, ME)
An old lifesaving station converted to an expensive B&B (Phippsburg, ME)
The fog was getting dense as we came to Pond Island.
The fog was getting dense as we came to Pond Island.
Tiny octagonal Cuckolds lighthouse in the fog.
Tiny octagonal Cuckolds lighthouse in the fog.
Hendricks Head had an unusual building.
Hendricks Head had an unusual building.
The sun was trying REALLY hard to come out when we got to Burnt Island.
The sun was trying REALLY hard to come out when we got to Burnt Island.
Part of the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath
Part of the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath
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