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Hen Island in the Thimble Islands
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The opening view of this Panorama which was taken from Hen Island in the Thimble Islands is facing towards the South West which shows East Stooping Bush Island (185°) and Johnson Island (195°) to the left of your screen and Money Island (246°) to the right. If we pan clockwise towards the West we can see High Island (264°) in the distance.  Continuing clockwise we see West Crib Island (285°) then East Crib Island (305°), then we come upon Cut In Two Island (351°) in the distance. As we pan past True North we see Davis Island (018°).  Next, in the distance, we pass Bear Island (50°), then Smith Island (65°) and due East we come to Wayland Island (90°).  Continuing around to the South East, off in the distance (about 5.5 miles) we see Faulkner Island (117°).  Finally, just before we arrive back to Stooping Bush Island we see a rock sitting above water named Marine Island (166°).

Copyright: Todd mclarty
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Geüpload: 17/08/2013
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Tags: thimble islands; branford; connecticut; nature; long island sound; stony creek; hen island; money island; davis island; wayland island; stooping bush island; johnson island; high island; crib island; cut in two island
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