Boothbay Harbor Footbridge
Oil on panel, 9"x12". Every Wednesday morning the Boothbay chapter of the Plein Air Painters of Maine congregate at some appointed place in the Boothbay Region. This day we were positioned directly across from the village of Boothbay Harbor. Right in the middle of a walkway across the Harbor stands a little stately matchbox shanty which served as the focal point in the composition of the shapes, shadows and reflections. The pilings and bracings under the building and footbridge at low tide, made the whole bridge look like a centipede ready to walk away.