Thursday, December 9, 2010

Venturing Out on Vacation, Part Seventeen: Where the Mountains Meet the Sea

The entirety of this post can now be found at Where the Mountains Meet the Sea at my travel blog, The Distracted Wanderer. Please be sure to click over and check it out if you're planning a trip to the lovely town of Camden, Maine - or even if you're not!


  1. Anonymous6:12 AM EST

    breathtaking photos as always, Linda. Wow, you are so well traveled and I sure hope you bring your camera on the cruise. Would love for you to document the excellent time you are having!

  2. Anonymous6:24 AM EST

    Wow, Camden is a photography gem! So picturesque! I love that downtown area. Cute shops! While I'm not much of a shopper, I could probably browse those shops for hours.

    Your waterfront view was just perfect!

    I also didn't know it was such a filming mecca. Interesting....

  3. What a lovely little town. I do love to visit the sea. A few of your pictures did not load so I will come back later and look again.
    Hope you are warm enogh up there!

  4. your sea scapes are beautiful!!
    and the churches!
    and the night shots
    and the restaurants

    oh I love it all

    and I'm giggling over 'the way you hang your bananas'
    I'm so immature

  5. Wow, wow, wow! Really great photos and history lessons galore. You rock!

    Stay warm. Big hugs, honey...

  6. :sigh: Just gorgeous! You did a marvelous job capturing the beauty and charm of the Maine coastline.

    What I can't figure is how you crammed so much into less than a week!

    Big hugs :]

  7. great photos, that is the coolest memorial, it rates with the Arizona and the VN wall.

  8. Fabulous photos and commentary Linda - I enjoyed Camden. :)

  9. Did you see me? I'm the one on the boat in the harbor. Wow, I'd like to boat there. Beautiful.

    Have a terrific day Linda. Big hug. :)

  10. I would love to visit Camden after reading your posts.

    What a beautiful New England town! So picture-perfect looking. I'd love to browse those shops, even if I weren't planning to buy anything.

    The steeple's clock faces look like eyes gleaming at me in the dark. Very cool photo LInda!

  11. You took a mass of good pictures on your trip!

  12. You know how much I absolutely LOVE reading about the history behind these places and you didn't disappoint:-) Camden is definitely the type of place I'd love to visit, give me a quaint little village any day!!

    I had never thought about who had started the "coffee break" so I was quite interested in finding out that little known fact.

    All of your pictures are so breathtaking, even your night shots. I had a heck of a time taking night shots last weekend when we were in Niagara Falls. I had to keep changing settings on my camera and even then some of my pictures turned out awful. lol xoxo


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