Something Different, Maine in The Early 70’s

This is a bit of a departure as in recent years I spend most of my time taking pictures of nature in central Ohio so I beg my readers indulgence. Having said that I thought these seldom seen pictures are good enough in their own right to deserve another look.  So hopefully folks will enjoy taking a trip back in time and glancing at a few photos taken along the coast of Maine in the early 70’s.

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Pulling Boat

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Adventure

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Camden Harbor

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Door

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Boothbay Harbor

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Work Gloves

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Dragger

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Train

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Seacoast Lobster Company

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Caddy

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Meeting House

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Cemetery

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Hauled Out

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Schooners

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Hay Rake

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Old Car

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Skiffs

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Drying Sails

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Dock

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Harbor

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Block and Tackle

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Wharf

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Hulks at Wiscasset.

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Lobster Boat

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Pemaquid Point Light

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Lighthouse

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Low Tide.

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Camden Harbor

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We will be taking a little break from the blog for a few weeks. In the interim wishing everyone well and thanks for stopping by.

asterisk-useShould you wish, various prints from this and other posts may be purchased at Purchase a Photo. and Donna’s 2017 Birds of Griggs Park calendar is available at Calendar.

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