In our whirlwind tour of Maine two years ago, we traversed the Penobscot Bay Bridge a few times. On one of our jaunts through the area, a quaint town with a unique white steeple in its center appeared across the bay, which I was able to capture with my telephoto lens. Since there were so many small towns around the bay and my camera's GPS didn't register coordinates on this photo, after retracing our route that day I can only guess that this is Castine. We can't wait to return to Maine and spend much more time there.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.