Crescent shaped coves…

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Scattered all along the edges of the Schoodic Peninsula in Acadia National Park are secluded little crescent-shaped coves like this one. The rocky granite shoreline has been shaped forever by the forces of nature, and these small pockets of wonder are seemingly built for exploring. Jagged rocks often co-exist with the round, polished boulders – big and small – that Acadia is renowned for, and depending on how much the tide unveils, you will get to see more (or less) of what for me is a spectacular landscape.

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8 thoughts on “Crescent shaped coves…

    • David Patterson

      Thanks Rick. The coast of Maine, and especially around the Blue Hill Bay is absolutely stunning and the perfect place to explore by boat.

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