Sunday, June 27, 2010

Boothbay Harbor

One of our first stops was Boothbay Harbor.  The morning weather was clearing and provided some great sunlight and warmth.  In the search for lunch, we went across the bay from the business district and were able to find a nice place, right on the water.  Lobsters and clams fresh off the boats were available.  And the location had its own observation deck (outdoor dining area) and dock.  In the bay were a number of boats - looked like the fleet was in.  If this was a Monday morning, when does the fleet go out?  Anyway the sight of a full bay of boats in various sizes was fairly impressive.

1/160 f/18
Aperture Priority
ISO 200
Focal length 120 mm (180 mm for 35mm film)
Photo set

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