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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Passage to Seal Bay

"Passage to Seal Bay"
8"x10"
oil on canvas panel

Seal Bay is a beautiful unspoiled part of Vinalhaven Island in Penobscot Bay. It's a must stop for us on our annual boat trip to the area. At high tide, a small boat can make it through this passage into Vinal Cove, and near the end of the cove there is a reversing tidal falls, which everyone loves to go up and down in their dinghies. This year the tide was a bit high when we went through, so there was no falls action. This painting was done from a photo taken as we headed back through the passage to Seal Bay where our boat was anchored.

1 comment:

  1. Penobscot Bay Island

    Massive rock
    centers the viewer
    anchors the painting
    as a line of
    yellow seaweed
    floats, like us.

    Beautiful painting
    in your signature style.

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