Southern Maine Coast

Laurie and I were up in Maine yesterday to visit family.  The weather was wonderful.  The air was dry and the temperature was about 70F.  After our morning visit we decided to take a little excursion, driving the coastal route from Kittery Point to Ogunquit.

These are all mid-day photos.  Usually that is supposed to be a "bad" thing because the light is harsh and the shadows deep.  But I love the colors I was able to get.

The lighthouse seen in two of the shots is Nubble Light.  It is also called Cape Neddick Light.

The camera/lens combination was the Olympus E-M5 and 14-54II zoom lens.  These four images were cropped to a 2:1 aspect ration while processing the RAW images in Lightroom 4.


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