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Quiet Light On The Breakwater

photography by Jim Dugan Sometimes a bit of cloud filtering the sunlight is a good thing.

Breakwater In Winter

photography by Jim Dugan Jim Dugan lives in Rockland and tries to walk out the Rockland Breakwater regularly. The recent cold spell kept him from it for a couple weeks. When the weather broke, it was still pretty icy and the path to it was drifted over. Nevertheless, he persisted.

Breakwater Evening

photography by Jim Dugan

New Midcoast Eats

food by Ada’s Kitchen and The Lincolnville General Store

Breakwater Walks

photography by Jim Dugan The Rockland Breakwater is an amazing place for an evening walk.

Pilings, Fog, Wake

photos by Jim Dugan I take morning walks with my camera. One foggy morning, I shot these pilings for like the thousandth time. And then thought: This will be even better when the sun tries to poke through. So I went and got a bagel and coffee and came back and waited. The sun came […]

Rockland Sunrises

photos by Jim Dugan

Rockland Pilings

photos by Jim Dugan Sometimes, the best subjects are those we keep revisiting. We look for meaning and inspiration from old friends. For Jim Dugan, the pilings in Rockland harbor, cleared of their floats for the colder months, are winter muses.

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