My Sunday picture is of the Nonantum Lighthouse, perched on the edge of the property of the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine. It guards the Kennebunkport River as it enters the village. Note it is still festooned in a now dried up Christmas wreath even as we enter spring. This is typical in Maine, as you ride around, to see these brown wreaths still hanging on for dear life in various places.
Here is the Kennebunkport River as it heads toward the sea, away from the lighthouse.
All the boats are still out of the cold water, covered in their own personal shrink wrap to protect them from the harsh Maine winters along the coast.
Here is a shot of Walker's Point, the President George Bush compound off of Ocean Avenue.
Kennebunkport is gorgeous in the summer and really quaint during the Christmas season when all the shops are decorated in tiny white lights and greenery. But even during the ugly month of March, it still has it's charm.