It's a pleasure of photographing these two adorable best friends

in Maine for their All Day Adventures At Local Landmarks

Smiling comes easily!

Sharing the best experiences in life together!

Buddies, Best Friends!

Capturing the Memories!

Capturing the moment is not an easy thing....For some it will never happen,

while some will capture it today or tommorrow!

She is the best photographer and the best advantages- it's all different every time!

Laura S.

The weather for the morning was forecasted to have some rain drops, but as we got closer to the top of the hour for the photo

shoot there was a break and the sun came out for a wonderful day that lead to five locations along the East Coast a long trails,

waterfalls, harbors and a famous lighthouse from Forrest Gump Movie!

The Marshal Point Lighthouse is one of the most photographed in the state of Maine because it was made famous the movie called Forrest Gump starring Tom Hanks. Not only is this lighthouse visually appealing in a way that it is suitable to be photographed, but it's a favorite to locals and tourists that come from afar to visit Rockport in Maine!

The Marshal Point Lighthouse has a wooden catwalk that served as the end of Forrest's run accross the country in the 1994 movie!

But, of all of the 65 Maine lighthouses a long the Maine's coast, the lighthouse stands in the recess of the bay and has a famous lighthouse bell. All though most of the film is set in Alabama, filming took place in and around Beaufort, South Carolina as well as parts of coastal Virginia and North Carolina, including a running shot on the Blue Ridge Parkway and the downtown portions of the fictional town of Green Bow are filmed in Varnville, South Carolina.

The bench that Hanks/Forrest sat on was actually a movie prop that has since been placed in the Savannal History Museum. But, the location of the bench for the movie in Chippewa Square is still a popular spot for photographers.

Filming of Forrest Gump was also done in Monument Valley in Utah- the lighthouse that was used in the movie is Marshall Point Lighthouse, Port Clyde, Maine

To read more about the Marshall Point Lighthouse, visit this link...

Marshall Point Lighthouse - Port Clyde, Maine (

Marshall Point Lighthouse, Port Clyde, Maine

Everyone deserves to escape the everyday life and experience a stress free, relaxing fun experience! So, why not do it with your best friend!

It's time to take a break and spend quality time together, and make memories you'll treasure forever!

When thinking of going on trails to enjoying a good walk within the spring, summer, fall or winter it's always good to keep in mind that there's a gem of a place called Shirttail Point Park, Camden, Maine

The park has many amenities that includes a lawn, picnic tables, barbeque areas, gently sloping access to a deep and

slow slow moving section of the Megunticook River that canoes and kayaks can gain access to the upper

section of the river that's above the Sea Bright Dam from the park!

The rewards of bringing your pet is that it means that its' rewarding with positivity with reinforcing

lots of treats, praise, play and snuggles. Levi is a willing participating in having a fun photo session.

The thing Levi doesn't even know he was in one...of these cherished memories that's filled

with lots of love since since going for a walk is a favorite way to explore the outdoors.

What a treat to have this friendly lovable guy as a part of this adventure at the

Shirttail Point Park that leads to the Sea Bright Dam!

Megunticook Falls, in Camden, Maine is a spill way from the three miles that ends tumbling down the enhancement behind

the stores in main street. The amphitheater is near by and you can hitch a ride one of the few of the sail boats at the Camden

Harbor Cruises or just stroll down the waterfront and harbor where many takeout and restaurants cater to your appetites,

but mostly enjoy the breathtaking views of the Camden Harbor sunset or sunrises!

"Andre"- The Seal

The "Andre" seal statue is located in Rockport, Maine

Did you know that "Andre" was a harbor seal who spent his winter's at the New England Aquarium in Borlos and his summers in Rockport, Maine

Each spring for over 20 years the Sea Aquarium would release

him and "Andre" would swim north to Rockport which is 100+ miles.

He was the honorary Harbor Master!

The granit stature of "Andre" was dedicated at Harborside in

1978 and the cutist thing is that "Andre" unveiled it himself!

"Andre' whent blind in 1986, and when he swam away in 1986, he never returned!

So, there was searches set out and "Andre" was found washed up on a remote patch of Rockport beach!

At the time "Andre" was thought the oldest living harbor seal!

Even though our heart HURT at this news, we must remember him

swimming the ocean with pure joy!

Vesper Hill Children's Chapel

Rockport, Maine

Vesper Hill Children's Chapel is an outdoor chapel featuring a beautiful formal garden.

Within the garden are wonderful annuals and perrenials, herbs and trees.

The Chapel is located between Rockport and the beautiful Adremere Farms.

The non dominiaon outdoor Chapel seats about 50 people and has played host to weddings, baptisms and memorials

The Chapel itself built by HELEN BOK in 1960 to honor children

A portion of the stones from the foundation of the original hotel

was incorporated into the gardens surrounding the structure

"It stands for freedom of thought, prayer and action. It stands for holiness within the heart and
wholesomeness within the body and for GOD in the heart each waking hour"

-Helen Bok

Vesper Hill Children's Chapel

30 Chapel Road

Rockport, Maine

(207) 236-6139

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Everyone deserves to escape life and experience a stress free, relaxing fun experience!

So, why not do it with your best friend!

It's time to take a break and spend quality time together and make memories you'll treasure forever!

When thinking of going into "Nature" to enjoy it's beauty and splendor it's always good to keep in mind that there's a place that has rewards to bringing your family, friends and pets!