Scenes from a coastal village

New England is rich with seaside hamlets and out of the way ports of call. Most are known only to locals and the occasional (lucky) traveler.

We spent a day in the quiet and quaint coastal town of Northeast Harbor, on the southern tip of the island of Mt. Desert in Maine. My beloved was exploring one of the many antique shops on Main Street, and so I did a little exploring of my own.

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All photos were taken with the Sony NEX 6 and edited on my iPad, using the Snapseed app from Nik Software for the “Coast of Maine” and the doorknob shots. All others were edited with Adobe’s vastly improved Photoshop Express app. I highly recommend both apps for decent on the go editing on either an iPad or iPhone.

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About Ed Spadoni

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7 Responses to Scenes from a coastal village

  1. Isabella Rose Photography says:

    What a beautiful place, Ed. I love the reflections in the water. Blessings, my friend.

  2. Looks like a wonderful place Ed. Lovely images 🙂

  3. Rodney says:

    Way to catch the beauty of a coastal town! Love the rich color of the first two photos. The little bakery photo with the folks on a bench. Makes me long for summer days, and they aren’t even gone yet. And the “mirror” reflection is Fantabulous! Thanks for sharing New England with us Ed.

  4. We love it up there as well then again no mater where it is we travel we seem to find ourselves in an adventure of sights and sounds thanks Ed for the trip you save me some money on gas 🙂

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