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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Ft. Williams Park - Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Fort Williams is probably one of the most known & photographed lighthouses in Maine. Built in 1787 and finished in 1791, it was used during both World Wars and is a hotspot for tourists in the summer. It's a great place to take a walk, catch a crisp breeze on a hot summer day or even play some soccer (the Cape Elizabeth travel soccer club has fields on location). For me - it was just a chance for a little more fresh air.

A raft of Common Eiders

Ram Island lighthouse with a dragger (fishing vessel)

Pigeons taking flight

Still wearing her Christmas best

The 'windows' in the foghorn house

Overlooking Portland, with Spring Point Light (South Portland) to the right

Ram Island Lighthouse with the Casco Bay islands in the background


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