Sunday, March 4, 2012

Sunday pics - Whaleback Shell Midden








These were taken a week or so ago at the Whaleback Shell Midden in Damariscotta, a mere 5-7 minute ride away. Strangely, I'd never been there before - but you know how that goes, forgetting about everything of interest in your own back yard. I'm guilty.

Anyway, have a great Sunday and don't forget: tomorrow's 'first impression' is Dianne's first page.

17 comments:

  1. You have a great Sunday..I like the way you shoot the photos. hope to read more blogs on your page :)

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  2. Lovely pictures. I'd so rather be looking at that than the snow outside our hotel room today. At least there's not much snow.

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  3. I know what you mean. There are a couple of places to walk near me that I just forget to go visit, even though they're close by.

    Enjoy your Sunday.

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  4. Gorgeous mystical pics! Have a great Sunday too! take care
    x

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  5. Thank you for these beautiful pictures this beautiful Sunday morning. I hope you have a lovely Sunday as well. (Know what you mean about one's back yard.)

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  6. Is that a house in the second one? Because that's a big house!

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    1. It is currently Sproul's Furniture Store, which is the size of two houses. It's on the Newcastle side of the river. I'm not sure what it used to be, I like to think a mill, perhaps?

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  7. It looks like something I'd see in a scary movie that takes place in New England starting with a drowned teenager that mysteriously died, a strange kind of inbred family that lives in the house, and a mystery of all kinds of whodunnits and murder conspiracies with ghosts doing all kinds of crazy stuff.

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    1. well, it is New England and I imagine there are some people around here who qualify to play a part in that movie :) Maybe you should write it...?

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  8. Ancient sites like that are fascinating. Looks like a gorgeous area.

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    1. It is beautiful here, even more so in the spring/summer :)

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  9. Interesting name! And beautiful pictures!

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  10. Ah, lovely photos, so calm and peaceful. Great writing setting, yes? :)

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