Ogunquit meant “Coastal Lagoon” to native Abenaki Indians and was first a village within Wells, Maine settled in 1641.
A sailboat passing through the drawbridge.
Blue and Red Dinghies
“Morning Sun on Perkin’s Cove”
A group of dinghies moored at the dock at Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Maine.
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Within the quaint town of Ogunquit, Maine is the harbor, Perkins Cove. The cove is a popular tourist destination and a safe harbor for fishing and pleasure boats. Besides a home for boats Perkins Cove has a large art community. Stately homes, galleries, restaurants and gift shops surround this beautiful seaport. This is a copyrighted photo. If you wish to purchase this photo or any other of my fine art prints, please visit my website at; Jerry Fornarotto Fine Art Photography