Maine coast, south of Portland

Second of a series… near the peak of foliage season (mid-October) we decided to fly from Boston to Bar Harbor, Maine, following the shoreline, in a Robinson R44 helicopter. Tony Cammarata was in back with a door removed (frosty!) and a Nikon D850. Instrument student Vince Dorow was with me in the front seats.

Here are some of the images, in 8K resolution, starting just north of Portsmouth, New Hampshire:

The 226-room Cliff House just south of Ogunquit (maybe one of the COVID-19 billionaires will purchase this as a personal quarantine residence for the next round of mutant virus?):

Ogunquit through Wells, Maine:

3 thoughts on “Maine coast, south of Portland

  1. Thanks for posting this series. I don’t know much about the topography or architecture along this coast, it was nice to see these images (never thought about fall color along a saltwater coastline!)

  2. If I would like to use one or more of these images in a print and/or digital design project, who should I contact to discuss copyright? They’re beautiful, and I can see several that would be useful in my line of work (graphic design for mailings).

    Also, I’d just like to say that for the first time since I’ve been reading this blog, you’ve managed to saturate my (admittedly slow) downstream bandwidth with all these great, big photos. Normally your blog loads very quick ‘n clean. Worth it, though. Astounding image quality. I don’t know how much you “planned” it, but man, you took a lot of great pictures from that helicopter.

  3. Even assuming low real estate costs, the upkeep and energy bills for these seaside mansions is substantial. Are these summer homes for wealthy Bostonians?

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