Discussion in 'Picture of the Day' started by haunteddoc, Nov 7, 2008.
Foggy Day in the Harbor - Camden, Maine
Life-size butter sculpture at the York [PA] Fair - the country's oldest continuously operating fair.
Ram Island Light at the entrance to Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Watkins Glen (NY) Memorial Park. Seneca Lake in the background
New Harbor at Twilight This is one of the many beautiful little harbors along the Maine coast
Detail of a statue in Halle (Saale), Germany, honoring Reinhold Lohse. Lohse was known as 'Zither-Reinhold' because for a great many years he was street musician earning his living by playing the zither.
From all of us to all of you a very Merry Christmas. As my mind seems to be losing a step in my dotage, I seem to remember Jiminy Cricket singing this.
It was the first line of the song and I may have it wrong. I am sure someone out there knows. This looks like the artwork for the back of a Christmas card.
I took this photo at Fawcett's Antique and Toy Museum. It is a great place to visit if you are ever along Route 1 in Waldoboro, Maine.
Taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland
Windjammers at Rest, Camden, Maine
Chicago Harbor Lighthouse
Foggy Day - Mt. Battie, Camden, Maine
Ft. Edgecomb Built in 1809 to protect the Sheepscot River. It lies on the shore opposite Wiscasset, Maine.
Portland Head Lighthouse, Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Crawford Notch, New Hampshire
Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The sloop-of-war USS Constellation is in the foreground. This was the last sailing warship built for the US Navy. In its present iteration, it fought in the Civil War, and then served as a training ship for midshipmen.
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