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Posted By: slowpez, 07-16-2012, 07:03 AM

Three of my favorite shots of this beautiful Maine lighthouse. I hope you enjoy them.

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07-16-2012, 07:09 AM   #2
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Beautiful work!! I was there a few years ago and got some good ones. It was cloudy and rainy though.
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lovely lighthouse series sue... those skies add a dramatic backdrop in the last two...
hope you had a lobstah or two... maine's are the best ! dave m
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Beautiful work!! I was there a few years ago and got some good ones. It was cloudy and rainy though.
There was a storm coming in while we were there also. The third one shows just the beginning of it. Thanks for the kind comment.

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lovely lighthouse series sue... those skies add a dramatic backdrop in the last two...
hope you had a lobstah or two... maine's are the best ! dave m
You can bet we had a few lobsters. Now that you mention it, I could do with another right now.

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I have some similar shots taken two years ago (foggy and drizzly the day we were there). Nice to see it in sunshine. Also love the lupins in the foreground with the lighthouse.

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Looks like a great place to photograph Susan. Beautiful location. JIM
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Terrific, Susan. I love the POV on the second one and the rich colors of all.

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Very appealing shots Susan.I'll have to go down the street and get a lobster roll and look at them again with flavor.--charliezap

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love the different views, for some reason #2 sticks with me. All a pleasure to view, don't see many of these where I come from.
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I have some similar shots taken two years ago (foggy and drizzly the day we were there). Nice to see it in sunshine. Also love the lupins in the foreground with the lighthouse.

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As they say, wait a few minutes and the weather will change. A big storm came up before we left so I was able to get a few rain shots as well.

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Looks like a great place to photograph Susan. Beautiful location. JIM
Thanks Jim, we enjoyed the area a lot.

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Terrific, Susan. I love the POV on the second one and the rich colors of all.

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Thanks Jer.

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Very appealing shots Susan.I'll have to go down the street and get a lobster roll and look at them again with flavor.--charliezap
I have always considered the lobster roll to be a horrible waste of good lobster meat. And served on a hot dog bun to boot.

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love the different views, for some reason #2 sticks with me. All a pleasure to view, don't see many of these where I come from.
Thanks Bob. The second one has always been my favorite as well.
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Well done Susan love the POF on #2.
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Well done Susan love the POF on #2.
Thanks Dave.
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