Thursday, September 27, 2018

Early Autumn, New Harbor, Maine

Photo by Salt Water New England

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Love it when you identify the location. :-)

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  2. Halcyon, indeed.

    The Concord Diaspora

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  3. I'll be right over.

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  4. As much as I love the bright, white light of summer, I find there is something magical about the golden light of early autumn.

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    1. Autumn, my favorite season. Of course I love the colors of the leaves - a leaf, a limb, a tree or a forest but there is something I've always like that I've tagged as The Look. Never been able to quite identify it but when I think about it I usually associate it with words like subtle or intangible. Maybe The Look I see comes from that golden light. Thanks for the picture and thanks for another word I can add to my collection - magical.

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  5. Autumn! The most wonderful time of the year!

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    1. Blue Train-for you, a two fer one

      'Twas the day before Christmas, and all through the Harbor,
      You could see a few boats sailing on the water.
      And sea lions were hauled out on Harbor's entrance buoy,
      With the bell clanging with each passing swell.
      The fish were happy as no hooks were around,
      And the sea birds were eating, being fed by a shore crowd.
      When all of sudden there arose such a clatter,
      The Mermaids swam up to see what was the matter.
      The sea lions dove into the water and the boats sailed away from all the splatter.
      When shore crowd looked out to see such a sight,
      ...
      rest at
      http://www.latimes.com/tn-dpt-1221-from-the-boathouse-20121219-story.html#

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  6. Magic indeed! Just beautiful.

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  7. Agree with all. I can't imagine living somewhere that doesn't experience Autumn; however brief it is.

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  8. I've only been through on the ferry, but still one of the loveliest places on earth.

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  9. Had a great lobster dinner on the wharf there many years ago.

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