Ogunquit, Maine is one of my favorite local places to visit and shoot. It’s only an hour drive from my house, and I get up there a fair amount either with my family, or alone with my camera. Anyone who’s ever been there will recognize this image of Perkins Cove harbor. It’s always filled with lobster boats, and there’s a really cool wooden drawbridge over the harbor’s entrance that provides an excellent vantage point for capturing this quintessential Maine fishing village. As much as I like a beautiful sky for scenes like this, I think a foggy morning is probably the best way to represent the “feel” of this wonderful place. I need only to look at it, and I can smell the salt air and hear the fog horns in the distance.