Popham Village as seen from the northwest, looking across Atkins Bay. The Popham Chapel and Spinney's Restaurant can be seen.
The head of the bay, Ducktrap Harbor, Lincoln, Maine
Northern Shovelers are rare winter ducks in Maine. They are very migratory.
Nakalele Blowhole is the result of the ocean wearing away the shore below the lava shelf. With each wave, water is forced through a hole in the lava shelf resulting in the "eruption" of water similar to a geyser. The "blowing" of the water varies dramatically depending on tide levels and wave action. The water can blow upwards to at least 100 feet! High tide and strong surf result in the best effects.
View from Kula looking to the West Maui Mountains across Maalaea Bay
Green Winged Teal ducks and Northern Pintail ducks in flight on salt marsh, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Preserve, New Jersey. Both of these species occur commonly in Maine but are migratory.
Rainbow, Phippsburg Maine scenic, Small Point Harbor, Small Point Sailing club boats at moorings, Alliquippa, also known as Ancient Augusta, historic home as viewed from Greyledge
Sanderling, migratory shorebird, Phippsburg, Maine Seawall Beach
Cape Small, Hermit Island, Phippsburg Maine in October
Seawall Beach, Phippsburg Maine, sunset, a stunning Maine coastal scenic
black and white scenic - Totman Cove Preserve, also called Sebasco Beach and Cushman Beach is owned by the Town Of Phippsburg Maine and open to town residents. It has a few short hiking trails up North Creek which bounds the preserve on the east side. The beach on Totman Cove has a very shallow, sandy bottom making this a great place for children.