Spring Hill Lighthouse
out on the end of a jetty was too adorable
Also there were a ton of boats that made it perfect.
And bunkers were everywhere.
Cape Elizabeth was beautiful and had so many
paths upon which to get different angles.
I got them all.
This stone captured my attention.
See that tiny dot over to the right??
A Brown lighthouse that was out there
and driving me crazy trying to get it.
Ta-da! Finally was able to find a place on the
path close enough that my telephoto would reach.
I'm assuming that this was the original lighthouse.
And more bunkers.
This is Two Lighthouses - one of which is one.
It was hard to get the second one in because with was set back further.
And because this was on private land - it was a close as
one could get.
It has a beautiful cove in which, if you're brave, and
love 72 degree water- you can sunbath.
I like my water about 88.
Also at Two Lights was a Lobster shack in which
we partook in devouring a lobster roll with fixins'.
And it was delish - scenery included.
Fun day with fun friends.
Gail and her brother Joe - showing us the sights.