Tiny Island

tiny-island

Cruising along U.S. Route 1 to Ellsworth this weekend I finally stopped to snap a picture of this tiny island. Every drive by, I admire this little island in Sullivan Harbor with a backdrop of Cadillac Mountain in the distance. During low tide it appears as if it’s part of the mainland – you could walk to it without getting your feet wet.

On Saturday, the lighting wasn’t great, but I risked life and limb to snap this picture of a tiny island. Looking at the not-so-great quality of this picture, I’m going to have to do it again to capture the beauty of this little gem.

 

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One Response to Tiny Island

  1. That is one of the things I love about paddling around the harbors, lots of little islands to explore and land on.
    We went camping near Wolf’s Neck and did a lot of paddling and island hopping there.

    Debbie

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