The West Quoddy Head Light, and the surrounding national park, is one of my favorite places to visit in Lubec. The lighthouse is the Easternmost point in the United States, which is pretty neat. But, by far, the best part of traveling so far into the East is the Quoddy Head State Park. There is a system of trails that takes the hiker through several different ecosystems (a photographer’s dream!). I’m separating my photos into three parts: the lighthouse and the coastal trail; the inland trail system and peat bog; and some black and white photos that I took on a foggy day (a very different experience of the park). Today’s pictures were taken on a bright and sunny day — you could even see Grand Manan in the distance. Lillia brought her dry-erase board with her so that she could sketch some of the things we saw.
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Kelli Ann Wilson
Kelli lives in rural New Hampshire with her husband Damian and their two children. She works as a writer, and in her free time enjoys reading, gardening, taking pictures, walking in the woods, and celebrating the seasons of nature and the feasts, festivals, and holy days of the Christian year.