Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Tall Ships in Camden Maine on Labor Day 2013

Tall Ships in Camden Maine on Labor Day 2013

I thought I should share with you just one of the amazing areas in
Mid-Coast Maine where I am living.


Camden is about 15 minutes from where I live.
There is always something going on there.
....and the shops are fabulous.


These images were all taken a few days ago,
when it wasn't raining
The weather was perfect to view the harbor filled with historical tall ships.


I think you will see why I love Maine.
BTW
Camden Maine is the most photographed city in the United States,
other than NYC.





Behind the lawn that I am standing on 
s a spectacular venue for small concerts.
It is under a canopy of trees.

The seating is a terraced lawn with huge granite rocks for seating,
and from those seats you can see the performers
and you can see the harbor behind the performers.
It is truly glorious.


Hope your holiday was wonderful.

XX's from Camden Miane


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5 comments:

  1. How beautiful Renée and what a wonderful place to live.
    The Tall Ships came up the Thames and we went to see them. They had to raise Tower Bridge to let them all through and, you could go aboard most of them. My brother-in-law often sails on the Tall Ships.
    Hope that you've had a wonderful Summer and are settling in to your new life { it certainly sounds as if you are really happy }. Lots of love. XXXX

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  2. SO gorgeous!! Makes me want to go there now...my sisters husband is from Elgonquit (know I got the spelling wrong)! but they spend 2-3 weeks there every summer and I keep saying I will go up but don't seem to find the time....think I need to make it a priority next time. These pictures are incredible!!

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  3. oh wow - what a beautiful sight to see and gorgeous photos I might add. sounds much prettier than my labor day :))

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  4. This so on my list of places I'm dying to visit! I knew you would find wonderful things about living in Maine! How could you not! It's a beautiful place and one full of history and great places to make memories! Thanks so much for sharing this lovely Labor Day in Camden! You are definitely living in an amazing part of America!

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  5. How gorgeous! Camden is such a quoin, beautiful historic town and am so glad to read that you love living in maine. i was only able to spend 3 days in Maine this summer (9 hours each day0 a little crazy, but I could not have face the rest of the year without my dose of maine, truly a very special part of our world. I guess you are getting ready for fall...

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