Monhegan Island Storm

Monhegan Island is a small island twelve miles off the coast of Maine. There are a handful of year around residents who mostly fish for lobster, many artists who come here in the summer, and visitors like me who come for a brief respite from civilization. The island clings to the edge of the ocean, and the coast of the mainland is only a smudge at the edge of vision. Today a storm rolled in, and I photographed the outer edge of the island near Lobster Cove as waves crashed against the shore.

Monhegan Storm © Harold Davis

Monhegan Storm © Harold Davis

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