Marshall Point Lighthouse, Port Clyde, Maine.
Come every June, we pack up the car and dogs and drive for three days to our summer home in Maine, leaving the Florida sultry heat behind. We are filled with excitement to see friends again and enjoy morning coffees on our deck watching boats bob about in the harbor and listening to the cries of the osprey’s new chicks. Four months later, we do the same drive back, filled with the same excitement to catch up with friends and enjoy Florida’s warmer temps as frosty nights begin embracing Maine. I can never get enough of photographing Maine’s landscape, returning to familiar scenes to capture different angles, like the Marshall Point Lighthouse. This scene was captured the summer of 2017 as I experimented with ‘low angle’ shots of this iconic structure. I then edited with a Topaz texture to give a painterly look. Hope you enjoy!