If there were only just a few fossils to be found in Maine I’d have no need to go anywhere else to explore with my camera! Wherever I walk, from the shore to the lush woods, there is just so much to focus on.
With each successive annual trip I expect my enthusiasm to wane – only to be happily surprised by the contrary. The coastal rocks continue to mesmerize me, as does everything else.
Among the shore rock formations are small pools of water left by the tides, made rich and colorful thanks to various chemical and biological brushstrokes.
The designs in nature are everywhere. The ocean deposits a myriad of interesting subjects.
Lichen on the rocks.
Lichen in the forest that butts right up to the shore rocks.
And, of course, fungi and various detritus on the forest floor.
Beautiful sunsets, visiting geese in the hundreds, crab rolls, blueberry pie, and the ocean!
My thanks to Eric and Betty for their hospitality.
Thanks for the visit.