#1  Nubble Lighthouse

York, Maine

In 1602 an English Navigator met with Indians on this Island or 'nubble' at the tip of the Cape Neddick Peninsula. He named it "Savage Rock." Nubble Light was built and dedicated in 1879. Its light, which guides fishermen and recreational boaters alike to safe harbor, is located in a 41 foot tower, 88 feet above the high water mark.

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#2   Perkins Cove

Oqunquit, Maine

Watch assorted fishing boats bobbing in the waters, surrounded by pretty little shops, couched in colorful blooms, with the delightful odors of the restaurants on the docks wafting through the air! At Ogunquit, Maine, Perkins Cove is a highlight of a town with miles of white sand beaches, art galleries, antique shops, and the 'Marginal Way Walk!'

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#3   Cape Ann, Massachusetts

Cape Ann's coast features some of the finest examples of 18th and 19th century New England architecture. Cape Ann is the home of Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester. It is known as the 'Whale Watch Capitol,' attracting many to its fishing excursions and fascinating museums.

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#4   Back Beach

Rockport, Massachusetts

Rockport is a little town located on the New England coast in Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Art lovers and shoppers flock to this quaint arcade of art galleries and specialty shops surrounded by a fishing community atmosphere. The rocky 'Back Beach,' haven for lobsters and a variety of other fish and sea vegetation, is a favorite spot for Scuba divers. Here you'll find many attending Scuba classes.

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#5  Garden Beach

Rockport, Massachusetts

The rocky shore and little sandy beach is an example of the charm of Rockport, MA. This little town getaway is a pleasant spot to watch the leisurly flight of gulls and the serene passing of sailing ships. A fine place to relax and paint!

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#6  Fishing Dock

Gloucester, Massachusetts

This is the site of Lobster boats and fishing vessels, whale watching catamarans and luxury liners. Captains and their crews, and gulls feasting fill the docks, as tourists dine on the catch of the day, or sip cappuccinos, filled with wonder.

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#7  'Motif  Portrait #1'

Rockport, Massachusetts

'Motif' is a recurring idea or theme.  Lester Hornby recognized this little red building adorned in buoys as on of the most frequently painted subjects in the world and it is from him that the term "Morif #1" was said to have been applied.

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#8  'Motif  Dock #1'

Rockport, Massachusetts

'Motif' is a recurring idea or theme.  Lester Hornby recognized this little red building adorned in buoys as on of the most frequently painted subjects in the world and it is from him that the term "Morif #1" was said to have been applied.

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#9  'Motif Pastel #1'

Rockport, Massachusetts

'Motif' is a recurring idea or theme.  Lester Hornby recognized this little red building adorned in buoys as on of the most frequently painted subjects in the world and it is from him that the term "Morif #1" was said to have been applied.

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#10  'Motif  Splash #1'

Rockport, Massachusetts

'Motif' is a recurring idea or theme.  Lester Hornby recognized this little red building adorned in buoys as on of the most frequently painted subjects in the world and it is from him that the term "Morif #1" was said to have been applied.

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#11  Old Harbor

Rockport, Massachusetts

From this view of Old Harbor from Bearskin Neck, you can see the variety of sailboats, fishing boats, kayaks, and inflatables coming from the Old Harbor Yacht Club, with the beach and Condo Hill beyond!

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#12   Straitsmouth Lighthouse

Rockport, Massachusetts

This Lighthouse was built on Straitsmouth Island on the New England Coast in 1896 for the inshore navigation of the town of Rockport's harbor in Massachusetts. It is a copy of the Eastern Point Lighthouse built in Gloucester in 1890.

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#13  Twin Lights

Rockport, Massachusetts

At 150 feet high, the only set of twin lighthouses remaining in America were constructed with New Hampshire granite to warn ships of the Big Salvages and Little Salvages, treacherous rocks located between the two islands of Thacher and Straitsmouth.

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#14  Bearskin Neck Shops

Rockport, Massachusetts

This was the shipbuilding center of Rockport for 150 years, today its many art galleries, gift shops, and restaurants attract people from all over the world. Getting its name in 1710 after a bear was killed and skinned there, the neck has many other historic landmarks as well.

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#15  Annisquam Harbor Light

Annisquam, Massachusetts

This view from the beautiful Wingaersheek Beach of the Annisquam Harbor Lighthouse and boat lane delight beachers. The present light house was built to replace the original on what is known as Wigwam Point.

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#16   Thatcher Island

Twin Lights Rockport, Massachusetts

At 150 feet high, the only set of twin lighthouses remaining in America were constructed with New Hampshire granite to warn ships of the Big Salvages and Little Salvages, treacherous rocks located between the two islands of Thacher and Straitsmouth.

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#17   Old Harbor

Rockport, Massachusetts

This is a view of the Old Harbor in Rockport from Front Beach or School House Beach Landing on Beach Street. You see the Old Harbor Yacht Club and assorted restaurants and houses.

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#18   Eastern Point

Lighthouse

Gloucester, Massachusetts

This lighthouse was originally built in 1832 and rebuilt in 1890 to signal the entrance to the Gloucester Harbor. It is owned by the United States Coast Guard. You can walk out to the end of the 'Dog Bar Breakwater' built at the location of a treacherous sandbar at the foot of the lighthouse. It is a favorite fishing spot!

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#19  Boston Harbor Light

Boston, Massachusetts

      The beacon light on the
Little Brewster Island was
built in 1716. It played an
important role in the cause
of American Independence.

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#20   Loggerhead Light

Dry Tortugas, Florida

Located on Loggerhead Key the 150 foot tower is three miles west of Garden Key.  $35,000 was appropriated by Congress on August 18, 1856 for the structure in order to curtail the nmber of ships being lost on the surrounding nearly eighty-square-mile grouping of reefs, shoals, and islands known as the Dry Tortugas.

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#21   Good Harbor

Gloucester, Massachusetts

Good Harbor is one of the many pleasant beaches on Cape Ann. With its long white shore line and shallow surf, it makes it a favorite family beach spot. A drive along the coast will provide an architectural delight.

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#22  "They that go down to the sea in ships . . ."

Gloucester, Massachusetts

The 'Man at the Wheel' is a sculpture by Leonard Traske, erected in 1923 to commemorate the 300 years of Gloucester, Ma history that has paaid tribute to the courage of fisherman who have braved the open sea for centuries.

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#28  Spinnaker Race

 

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#29  Spinnaker Racing

 

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#23  Bakers Island

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#24  Bakers Island Sail

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#25  Oaks Bluff

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#26  Beyond the Horizon

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#27  TWarf

Rockport, MA

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