“It’s impossible to capture the beauty of nature, but it’s inspiring to try”

The above quote by Mindy Flexer.

Posting has been light for the past couple of days, and might continue that way for a few more unless I can find time to research and write. Houseguests. Complicated business, folks!

Today we took our Maine guests to visit Sorrento at the southern tip of Waukegan Neck peninsula (upper left on map) and Schoodic Point at the southernmost tip of Schoodic Peninsula (bottom center of map).

Ever been to Maine? Ever visited either of the above on what’s part of Acadia National Park, home to Cadillac Mountain, Bar Harbor, and some of the most spectacular views on the east coast?

The area’s beauty is truly breathtaking. iPhone cameras in hand, we captured dozens of scenes, each more breathtaking than the previous.

Take a look:

West Gouldsboro Village Library – 1907

Winter Harbor Lighthouse, Schoodic Point, b. 1857

How it flows.

On the Rocks. Schoodic Point, Maine

Late lunch. Seafood. But… no clam chowder?

But you’d better hurry… Bunker’s Seafood and Spirits’ last day of the season is Oct. 28th.

~~ The Golden Hour in Sorrento ~~

I have many more images from which to choose, but you get the idea. Maine’s natural beauty is unique, without comparison. One of the loveliest places in America. Blessed to be here for a little while.

Photography by me on this date.

By Radiopatriot

Former Talk Radio Host, TV reporter/anchor, Aerospace Public Relations Mgr, Newspaper Columnist, Political Activist Twitter.com/RadioPatriot * Telegram/Radiopatriot * Telegram/Andrea Shea King Gettr/radiopatriot * TRUTHsocial/Radiopatriot


  1. You did an excellent job as a tour guide; I feel like I was on that little excursion with you. Thank you!

  2. l love your posts! These pictures are breathtaking. Thank you for sharing the
    news and your personal fun.
    You are a gem! Blessings!

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