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SLIDE SHOW: The Coast of Maine

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Coast of Maine Spine

Coast of Maine Spine

Digging for clams at low tide in the sand flats near Lubec

Digging for clams at low tide in the sand flats near Lubec

Lupines blooming near the end of June in a field along Highway 1A near Harrington

Lupines blooming near the end of June in a field along Highway 1A near Harrington

Grey seals and a harbor seal at low tide on a small nearby island

Grey seals and a harbor seal at low tide on a small nearby island

Looking east across Sorrento Harbor

Looking east across Sorrento Harbor

Sailing in Penobscot Bay aboard the historic 1918 schooner the Surprise

Sailing in Penobscot Bay aboard the historic 1918 schooner the Surprise

Seagulls nest among the rocky heights of White Head on the rugged ocean side

Seagulls nest among the rocky heights of White Head on the rugged ocean side

Looking to Manana Island and Monhegan Harbor from the road to the ferry dock

Looking to Manana Island and Monhegan Harbor from the road to the ferry dock

The Wood Island Lighthouse at the mouth of the Saco River, authorized by President Thomas Jefferson and built in 1808

The Wood Island Lighthouse at the mouth of the Saco River, authorized by President Thomas Jefferson and built in 1808

The Coast of Maine, cover photo of Portland Head Lighthouse

The Coast of Maine, cover photo of Portland Head Lighthouse

Acadia National Park, looking east toward Sand Beach along the Ocean Path

Acadia National Park, looking east toward Sand Beach along the Ocean Path

Morning clouds and seagulls over Belfast Harbor

Morning clouds and seagulls over Belfast Harbor

View across Megunticook Lake

View across Megunticook Lake

All photos/art by Carl Heilman II

Photographer Carl Heilman II captures the beauty of Acadia National Park, Wood Island lighthouse, Monhegan Harbor, and many other locations in his book, The Coast of Maine (Rizzoli Publications, Inc.).

See more of his work:
carlheilman.com
naturepanoramas.com

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