Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Maine Dawn

Sailboats Moored in Southwest Harbor, Maine  © Doug Hickok

Dawn breaks on the still waters of Southwest Harbor, a little Maine seaside town near Acadia National Park, where sailboats anchor in temporary tranquility. From the dock you can see past the opening in the harbor, out to the Atlantic Ocean.

It is there, beyond the sanctuary of the moorage,
where boats are free to risk the winds and waves of the sea.

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