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Megunticook River Falls and Camden Harbor
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Behind the shops on Main Street in Camden, Maine, the Megunticook River, swolen by springtime runoff and snowmelt, fills the mill pond before falling over the dam into Camden Harbor. The Megunticook River watershed covers almost 31 square miles and collects water from the towns of Camden, Lincolnville, Hope and Searsmont, 8-1/2 miles inland. The windjammers in the harbor are still covered in plastic to protect them from the winter. Camden Harbor opens up to Penobscot Bay and the Atlantic ocean to the east.

Copyright: Tom sadowski
Typ: Spherical
Resolution: 10600x5300
Uppladdad: 01/12/2009
Uppdaterad: 09/04/2012
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