The sun was shining, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and the temps were in the low 60s despite it being mid-November in New England. Today was a perfect day to witness -albeit a day early- the latest Super Moon. Lighthouse Point in Marblehead was a great place to witness the moonrise. It was a nice respite from the what had to be one of the longest weeks in recent memory. I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I did taking them.
I was planning on returning to Bar Harbor this fall but decided instead to focus on a few other areas I haven’t been too yet. Today, saw a quick trip to Northern New Hampshire. This is part one of the pics. By the way, the title is derived from the amount of steps my Apple Watch told me I achieved from four hours of walking. The lesson learned here is keep yourself in shape. I am still feeling every step ten hours later.
As summer winds down, what better way to capture it than to head up to my favorite getaway spot: Maine! The following shots were taken over the past two nights, one night at the Nubble Lighthouse and the other, Portland Head Lighthouse. I was at both last year -you can find those pics elsewhere on this blog-, but I wanted to capture these beauties at sunset. Enjoy!