Here we see a lowering tide in Eggemoggin Reach being frothed early this morning by west-north-westerly winds of 12 miles per hour with gusts of 25:


Here’s a similar tide in Naskeag Harbor a few days ago, when there was no significant wind:


These are the kinds of things many of us around here take note of each day. Such scenes might appear wearisome to some people, but they’re one of the reasons why others choose to live in Maine on a small peninsula (Naskeag) jutting from a slightly larger but still small peninsula (Blue Hill), which juts into small bays bordered by a big sea. (Brooklin, Maine)