Maine State Pier
Hi there! This is my first time utilizing the blog feature of this website. As you may know, I have been doing a daily photo blog since 2008 called Portland Daily Photo. This site, Corey Templeton Photography, was started a few years ago in order to present my portfolio of photos in a more professional manner and to allow people to purchase prints and downloads. I plan on occasionally doing blog posts here as well to highlight my most recent uploads.
Today I uploaded a few photographs taken earlier this morning from the Maine State Pier. The State Pier was built in 1924 and is owned by the City of Portland. It's a pretty busy spot in the summer due to being the home of the Casco Bay Lines ferry service and being in the heart of the Old Port. It's a lot quieter in the winter, which allows for some unique photo opportunities.
This first photo is of a Ferry cutting through the fog on it's way back to the city:
And this photo is from the very end of the State Pier, looking towards South Portland:
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