Pott’s Point and Lookout Point on Harpswell Neck

Pott’s Point is at the far end of Harpswell Neck. At low tide the seaweed and rocks were covered with ice. It was a cold and windy afternoon walking on the frozen expanse of low-tide shoreline. The two near-shore islands at the end of Lookout Point Road were accessible at the low tide, but the ice covering the exposed shore to the islands made it impassible. This stark winter seascape is in sharp contrast to the warm summer breezes that populate the water with sailboats and lobster fishermen.

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Potts Point Preserve

Lookout Point

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