My trip to Maine a few weeks ago was like all of my previous trips to Maine—with a stop to Pemaquid Point Lighthouses. Unfortunately, the weather was not great, so I am posting a photo from one of my previous trips. I wanted to show a different perspective of this lighthouse. There are two classic views that are normally captured. The first one is from the vantage point from the rocks on the southern side, which usually has the lighthouse reflected in the collected water. The other classic view is from the rocks on the other side that show the strata in the rocks that lead toward the lighthouse and the sea. This perspective is from the ground level and is probably the best angle to capture an early morning sunrise. While it doesn't have the drama that the rocks provide from the classic shots, it is still a pretty sight with the right light. This particular morning, the skies had cleared up significantly from the night before. The warm glow from the rising sun cast a wonderful light on the scene.