Not long ago my husband and I visited the art museum in Ogunquit, a lovely seaside community--and a very busy place in summertime. The museum had some Edward Hopper paintings of the local scenery, on loan from museums in New York. And by local scenery, I mean you could walk outside the museum and see the actual rocks and coves the painter painted so many years ago.
The museum is only open part of the year. Its setting is breathtaking, with ocean view and sculpture garden.
While he was taking this shot, the husband said, "There's a boat coming out of your ear."
It's one of the sightseeing boats carrying tourists back to the dock.
Later in the day we headed for a favourite restaurant on Chauncey Creek--because we were both in the mood for lobster rolls. This place makes really good ones.
There's no liquor licence, so diners bring their own bottles of wine, and sometimes they decorate their tables with flowers. We didn't plan ahead quite as well this time but had fun anyway. The view from our table was terrific!
So were the lobster rolls...
On the way out, we stopped by the lobster tank. As usual, it was very full.