Marginal Way – Ogunquit Maine


Just north of Perkins Cove is Marginal Way, a walk that follows the rocky coast up to Ogunquit Beach a mile or so away. It is a great place to walk and watch the sea pound the rocks and see birds play on the air currents. Some people venture out on the rocks to play or have their lunch. This day, the pleasant spring weather drew many people to this path.

15 thoughts on “Marginal Way – Ogunquit Maine

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      It is pretty, thought I’ve not spent a ton of time there. We spent a week in Bar Harbor and Acadia NP and that was great. You could get some nice nature shots. Portland is a fun city.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      It is a rugged coast compared to even much of Massachusetts. I’m glad you liked the photos. You only walked half the Marginal Way…we stopped at the lighthouse and headed back -lol

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  1. Shakti Ghosal

    I loved that rugged first photo of the breakers crashing onto the rocks. Seems stark and beautiful. But once discovered by us humans ( as it obviously has been from what you say), how long would it retain its pristineness, I wonder?

    Shakti

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you. It’s an interesting comment. I shot photos of the sea and the path but did not turn the camera around. There are homes (very nice homes) on the other side of the path. They are not an eyesore but they are also not pristine. Cheers and thank you for the comment.

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