Sunday, September 4, 2011

SCENIC SUNDAY- Vacationland, Maine

View to south from Totman Cove, Phippsburg, Maine

26 comments:

  1. Looks like a great place to relax and enjoy a weekend. Have fun.

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  2. Thanks, Bill. It is a great place, though we don't do nearly enough relaxing in the summer.

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  3. Beautiful, scenic place! Those rock cliffs have so many vivid colors.

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  4. Mama-Bug, thank you. That outcropping remains interesting all year round. When the surf is wild, it oomes right through the center crack like an alligator's mouth.

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  5. Reminds me of Aruba...Beautiful!
    HG

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  6. Jean and HG, thank you both. Aruba? I'll take your word for that. But, I, too could sit here all day. Geez, sometimes I do!

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  7. beautiful place
    ideal for relaxing..

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  8. Beautiful shot Robin, the white yacht looks like it's been painted into the scene. Btw I loved your 'Hurricane Hype' post, made me laugh out loud in some parts..weather versus Toddlers in Tiaras, thankfully all was well in the end.

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  9. Nice Robin, very nice. We are so fortunate to live in such a lovely state. Artists and photographers come from far and wide to try to capture the beauty, we are so lucky to be able to see it every day. I gotta know, what's the story on the frog?

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  10. That's pretty! I wish I was Downeast. I bet you're glad to be getting rid of everybody soon though.

    greenheron
    September 04, 2011 09:39 AM

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  11. Andrea, thank you very much. It is ideal for relaxing, but I don't take the time to do that often enough.

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  12. Perth, Thanks for the read and comments. I love it that someone from so far away finds relevance in what I write about. Now there's an oxymoron: Toddlers And Tiaras and relevance! I'm glad I made you laugh. If I can make a person laugh, I've brought them with me, which is all a writer can ask for. The sail boat wasn't pasted in after the fact, either. That's part of the reason that I took the picture was because of how the humidity in the air on the horizon made it look as if it was floating above the water.

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  13. Annie O, you may have recognized the sailing scene. I took the shot from our pier. Now, regarding the frog: It is a wall sculpture at a property where I Weed For Dollars. I loved it. The sculpture hangs vertically. I turned it sideways and to black and white. I love how the frog looks like it has just had satasfying sex or something. I call it "Froggy Seduction." Was that TMI? You asked!

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  14. such beautiful colors, so peaceful!

    clay ball
    September 04, 2011 07:40 PM

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  15. A Simple ShutterbugSeptember 5, 2011 at 8:51 AM

    So pretty! I hope I make it back to Maine again some day, its such a beautiful place.

    A Simple Shutterbug
    September 05, 2011 07:55 AM

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  16. Just lovely and so calm. I'll be coming up this weekend to visit the 1700 pound chocolate moose. Thanks for sharing. Rated with a Jali Smile. :-)

    JALI 17
    September 05, 2011 08:14 AM

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  17. now that's a nice Labor Day!

    Zed Power
    September 05, 2011 08:37 AM

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  18. I want to be on that vessel.

    Algis Kemezys
    September 05, 2011 10:20 PM

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  19. Yes that's a beautiful place, and the scenery is wonderful! Good shot!

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  20. Deanna, Chris and Algis, thank you all. It is idyllic. If only I spent more time sitting here looking at it, or being on that boat!

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  21. Bird season + Robin with some free time!?!?!?! Stay safe, get some good pictures.
    Great shot.

    Chrissie Pissie
    September 06, 2011 05:08 PM

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  22. Que foto mas bonita ...me gusta Saludos

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