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Hen Island in the Thimble Islands

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 Mc Larty
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10696x5348
Taken: 15/08/2013
Subida: 17/08/2013
Actualizado: 07/04/2015
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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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