The first thing I noticed is a once again empty bird feeder. I have marveled at how much seed birds consume in a short period, but today I think I found the real answer. This little guy’s full cheeks are a dead give away!
At the mouth of the harbor is a dock where today lots of people are fishing. I see swirls in the water indicating fish are there, but I haven’t seen anyone bring one in. I’m not even sure what it is folks are hoping to catch, mackerel maybe.
while others just enjoy being out and taking it all in. When I asked this fella if I could take his picture, he answered in the thickest Maine accent ever, “Yep, if you’re (youawh) not afraid of breakin’ the camera (camruh).” He made my day!
For the most part, lobster boats are moored,
As I stand looking down the harbor, I see a schooner leaving filled with people who for a couple of hours will thrill at being on the open water, seeing the coast in a way it can’t be observed ashore.
In the distance, I see Indian Island, a favorite destination for kayakers and the symbol for me of arriving home.
How I love this place on a Sunday or any other day. I don’t have to go far to experience sights and sound that make my heart sing. Tell me, what are you seeing on a summer Sunday?
i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind