Finally, after a morning of clouds, the sun burned off the haze of the morning around 11am to reveal a crisp coastal summer day. Although I had some space left on my cards, I only took a few more frames before reaching my creative limit and heading to Starbucks (coffee frappacinos are my hot weather guilty pleasure… when there’s not a Dunkin Donuts around to satisfy my blueberry ice coffee cravings). The above shot of harbor-front lupins was the only keeper after the sun came out. Below are a few of animals I came across over the course of the shoot (you know you like it).
Although I’m sure I’ll be back to this beautiful town on the Maine coast (especially since I have relatives there), this is the last post from this early morning expedition to Boothbay Harbor.
For the background of this Boothbay Harbor shoot, check of the first post in the series here.