Brenda and I were snooping around the Maine coast last week trying once again to get some snowy Maine coast pictures and once again we got nothing. The storm that was supposed to hit the coast fizzled out and went south and we ended up with three days of blue skies. Oh well. that didn’t stop us though. We went to a couple lighthouses and harbors on the near coast and while the photos weren’t what we wanted they were still the best shots either one of us have of the lighthouses. I would give these two shots a B grade realizing there is much room for improvement. And did I tell you that now that I am away from the coast it is snowing like crazy? Guess we’ll have to go back again, and again, and again!
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