I've had the good fortune of working on and off at an Inn in York Harbor, Maine. Usually I'm painting one of the guest rooms but the last time I worked there I worked in the owners apartment. There are large windows looking over the harbor and it's hard to concentrate on painting when all I want to do is sit down and stare out at the water. Of course it's a tiny harbor, but charming nonetheless.
*All pictures were taken last winter (2007-2008) with my older Fujifilm s700 camera
I can only imagine sitting in that little gazebo over there with a glass of lemonade on a warm day watching the boats come and go. Sweet serenity.
Close by is a nice little inlet I've enjoyed going to on a Summer evening. For some reason I had never really paid attention to this sign before.
If I had, I would have taken this stroll . . .
The Cliff Path winds along the rocks in front of these beautiful homes. Of course I said I would take that walk last Summer, but somehow there never seems to be enough time to do it all.
Thought you might like a view of the fancy, New England style restrooms, you know ... just in case ; )
Swimming in these temperatures you may risk quite a bit! Unless you like taking the Polar Bear plunge!
The end of another beautiful day on the water