Located near the famous LL Bean campus in Freeport, Maine, Wolfe’s Neck State Park has great trails and some coast line. It’s also home to nesting Osprey. I decided to venture out with my camera to get some exercise (keeping my social distance) and check things out. It wasn’t the best time for wildlife, as I didn’t get there until early afternoon. But it was a really nice day, so what the heck. As the weather warms up I’m planning to shoot the second season of Insectorama, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, here’s a few images from my outing (click to enlarge).
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