These lobster nets are tied together and painted to resemble the Acadian flag. This is located next to the Portage Island Rear Range lighthouse in New Brunswick.
This huge fisherman memorial statue is in the water near the Old Table Bluff lighthouse in Eureka, CA. The plaque says, "to those whom the sea sustained....and also claimed"
This large anchor is located on Route 535 in New Brunswick, Canada. We were on our way to photograph more lighthouses when we saw this along the road on September 27, 2003.
This giant North American lobster sculpture is in the town of Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada. Very awesome! This shot was taken on September 27, 2003.
This big fish sculpture is Restigouche Sam. It's near the Campbellton Wharf Rear Range lighthouse in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Canada. This was taken on Sept. 29, 2008.
We were shocked to see this giant Carribean Spiny lobster sculpture when we were down in the Florida Keys on March 30, 2004. Pretty awesome to see this upclose.
These are some of the colorful lobster buoys hanging on a wall in Trenton, Maine. We took this shot at 7:08 am on September 26, 2007. www.mainely-maine.com
The large fish sculpture was on the north side of Gaspe Peninsula. We had seen the Pointe à la Renommée lighthouse a half hour earlier. This was taken on September 16, 2014.
This massive lobster net is next to the Grand Anse lighthouse in Grand Anse, New Brunswick, Canada. The lighthouse is painted with the colors of the Acadian flag.
On the Baltimore Harbor lighthouse cruise on August 2, 2014 with ChesLights we saw the star spangled buoy that marks the site where Francis Scott Key was anchored on 9-13-1814.
All these lobster nets are for sale at the Maine-ly Maine Gift Shop in Trenton, Maine. We stopped here on September 26, 2007 to look around. www.mainely-maine.com
After shooting the Collingwood lighthouse in Ontario we shot this massive green and red navigation buoy. It has the letters TC on it. This was taken on June 21, 2011.
These are more of the colorful lobster buoys hanging on another wall in Trenton, Maine. We took this shot on September 26, 2007. www.mainely-maine.com
This navigation buoy is from the U.S. Coast Guard Station in Oak Island, North Carolina. The Oak Island lighthouse is next to it. We were here on April 12, 2008.
The colorful lobster buoys hanging on a wall in Trenton, Maine look cool in a photograph. We took this shot on September 26, 2007. www.mainely-maine.com
Here are several lobster nets on sale at the Maine-ly Maine gift shop on June 15, 2007. We chartered a plane for 2 hours on this beautiful day to photograph 12 lighthouses.
This huge anchor is next to the Port Burwell Main lighthouse in Port Burwell, Ontario. We took this shot on May 28, 2008 after photographing the lighthouse.
This is one of the huge anchors on the park grounds near the Savannah Harbor Rear Range lighthouse in Savannah, Georgia. This was taken on April 20, 2007.
This buoy is in the Cape Cod Canal in MA. We were on the world's worst lighthouse cruise ever seeing only one of the five lighthouses we expected! Taken on July 16, 2011.
This huge buoy was outside the Cape Robert Canadian Coast Guard gate in Ontario. We were here on June 20, 2011 to see the lighthouse that's now for a secuirty guard.
I hope you enjoyed seeing our nautical photos taken from around North America (United States and Canada). I'll add more nautical photos as I take them during a lighthouse cruise or while taking lighthouse photos. Updated on April 8, 2015.
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