Western Maine holds many pleasant views at all times of day, particularly like these times, in the early morning on a lake seemingly made of glass.
Webb Lake, Weld, Maine.
Foreground: the remnants of the Howard H. Middleton; a schooner that collided with ledges in near-zero visibility near Higgin's Beach in 1897. All of the crew survived, but the schooner did not sail again.
The sun sets over Higgin's Beach.