The Deer Isle-Sedgwick bridge crosses Eggemoggin Reach in Maine. It was built in 1939.
Looking back over the bridge from Deer Isle to Sedgwick just before sunrise.
This causeway connects two parts of Deer Isle.
This Indian Carrying Place on Deer Isle is (I assume) a spot where Native Americans carried their canoes over the land to get to the water on the other side. I couldn’t find any information about this specific spot online.
This canoe has seen better days.
An early morning low tide on Deer Isle, Maine.
Another shot from the bottom of the steps at Haystack on Deer Isle.
A view from the bottom of the steps at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts shown here.