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Indian Point Blagden Preserve during a misty morning on the coast of Maine.


Indian Point Blagden Preserve on the coast of Maine offers a serene escape where the forest meets the sea. Its rugged coastline, marked by weathered rocks and the salty spray of the Atlantic, contrasts with the quiet woodlands inland. The preserve's standout feature, two solitary red Adirondack chairs, invites visitors to sit and listen to the ocean and groaning of the Harbor Seals in the distance. The preserve encompasses a rich blend of habitats, including old-growth forests and rocky shorelines.

Seaside Solace - Indian Point Blagden Preserve

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