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Friday, July 25, 2008

Rocky Coasts

New England’s rocky coast is not just a literary device of poets, and it extends to more than just the craggy shoreline of Maine. Here we have the vertical outcroppings along Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont, where young, fearless people sometimes jump into the water.

The stone block jetty is on Block Island, and though there are sandy beaches to lounge, these folks are oblivious to the seeming discomfort of sunning themselves on chunks of granite. If it’s one thing New Englanders do well, it’s make do.

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