I'm always amazed at the variety of landscape available in a relatively small area at Reid State Park in Georgetown, Maine. There's ocean, beach, islands, lighthouses (with a long enough lens), marsh, woods, rocky overlooks, and plenty of trails connecting it all. There are even signs warning about the great white sharks that might be hunting seals. So, given the right circumstances, sharks and seals.
And since Reid features some of the biggest waves on the Maine coast, there are surfers. Even in January.
I was able to spend a couple afternoons at the park recently. Here's what I got.