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Lobster Shacks | Photographs of Maine's Iconic Eateries

by in May 2014
Lobster Shacks | Photographs of Maine’s Iconic Eateries
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Photographer Sara Gray spent time last summer exploring two locations in her home state of Maine to capture a quintessential rite of passage for many a New Englander.  The lobster shack — an iconic symbol along the coast of New England — is a beacon to those who crave lobster fresh from the the Atlantic Ocean.  Please enjoy some of our favorite photographs from her travels that capture the experience and the beauty of the Maine coast.

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One Response to Lobster Shacks | Photographs of Maine’s Iconic Eateries

  1. Mary Ann Arner June 5, 2014 at 8:43 pm #

    Our favorite place for lobster is The Inn at the Wharf in LuBec Maine. The best lobster omlet for breakfast ever and the lobster dinners can’t be beat.

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