An American Scene

The rocky coastline and the special appearance of the homes and buildings make seaside New England villages instantly recognizable.  Those towns, with their gray-shingled structures and buoys bobbing off the coastline, have a kind of brand that Midwestern communities can never hope to attain.  You see a picture and you can almost feel the cool breeze and smell the salt and marsh at the water’s edge.

This picture was taken from the fishermen’s dock, looking back at downtown Stonington, Maine.

An American Scene

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