Maine Driftwood Beach
Maine has nearly 3500 miles (5645 km) of coastline, most of it beautifully unspoiled, like this stretch on an island in Penobscot Bay. Driftwood from Maine's forests piles at the leeward end of a cove, and evergreens rise toward the heavens. Within the fragrant forest, the pines are festooned with eerie epiphytes.

 

 

Forest and shore scene, Maine

 

Epiphytes on evergreens, Maine

 

 

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