My first house in Maine was built in the 1860s for a schooner captain. The barn was gone and I built my sign shop in its place. When restoring fire engines became a large part of my work, I needed a larger shop. I had one built two miles away in the woods.
Port Clyde is at the tip of the peninsula. From there you can take the mail boat to Monhegan Island and photograph the wild artists in their natural habitat.
Allow me to show you a few other scenes from beyond the township of St. George, Maine.