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Photographs of Summer in Ogunquit, Maine

Photographs of Summer in Ogunquit, Maine
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Contributing photographer Kindra Clineff’ captured summer in Ogunquit, Maine — the #1 beach town in New England — from both the air and ground in this series of photographs. She discovered it was a great walking town and found it much easier to get around on foot. The aerial photographs she shot from a helicopter gave her a real appreciation for for the beauty of this vast stretch of beach. Please enjoy some of our favorite shots from her travels.

Walkers the Marginal Way, a scenic walkway along Ogunquit's rocky coastline.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Walkers the Marginal Way, a scenic walkway along Ogunquit’s rocky coastline.
Aerial view of the coastal town and beach in Ogunquit.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Aerial view of the coastal town and beach in Ogunquit.
Crowds spread out along Ogunquit's expansive beach.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Crowds spread out along Ogunquit’s expansive beach.
A perfect blue sky day beckons beach goers.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
A perfect blue sky day beckons beach goers.
A beach goer makes her way past the lighthouse along marginal way.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
A beach goer makes her way past the lighthouse along marginal way.
A tour boat in Perkins Cove.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
A tour boat in Perkins Cove.
Enjoying some harbor side eats at Barnacle Billy's in Perkins Cove.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Enjoying some harbor side eats at Barnacle Billy’s in Perkins Cove.
People stroll by the shingled storefronts in Perkins Cove.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
People stroll by the shingled storefronts in Perkins Cove.
Two friends with frozen treats cross the footbridge leading to the beach.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Two friends with frozen treats cross the footbridge leading to the beach.
Colorful beach umbrellas dot the beach.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Colorful beach umbrellas dot the beach.
Birds-eye view of Marginal Way.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
Birds-eye view of Marginal Way.
The footbridge leads across the water to the pristine sands of the beach.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
The footbridge leads across the water to the pristine sands of the beach.
People dot the long, inviting stretch of sandy beach in Oqunquit.
Photo/Art by Kindra Clineff
People dot the long, inviting stretch of sandy beach in Oqunquit.

 

Want to learn more about Ogunquit, Maine? Watch our video on the Marginal Way and then see our recommendations on
where to stay, eat and play
in this lovely coastal town.

See more of Kindra Clineff’s photography: kindraclineff.com

Updated Monday, May 11th, 2015

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