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Penobscot Bay, Maine: From the Land to the Sea (in Photos)

Rich in maritime heritage and bountiful soils, the Penobscot Bay region is an idyllic destination that is both seafaring and earthbound. From shanty to gourmet, restaurant menus highlight farm-fresh produce as much as lobster, while local wineries and inns offer culinary surprises.

Rich in maritime heritage and bountiful soils, the towns and fishing villages of Penobscot Bay make up an idyllic destination that is both seafaring and earthbound. From shanty to gourmet, restaurant menus highlight farm-fresh produce as much as lobster, while local wineries and inns offer culinary surprises unique to Maine. Tall ships and lighthouses are ready and waiting for when the sea inevitably beckons.

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By Anne Banas

Anne's stories have appeared on USA Today, Yahoo Travel, The Huffington Post, ABC News, Boston.com, and other major publications.

When it comes to travel and lifestyle, Anne is most passionate about local cuisine and culture, as well as sustainability, and she especially enjoys traveling to Europe, the U.K., the Caribbean, remote islands, and even her own backyard.

When she's not at the office, she's usually visiting local farms, gardening, taking food photos, or developing recipes in her "test kitchen."

In 2012, she graduated with high honors in the Professional Pastry Program at The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts, and was granted the Jean Creveux (MOF) Award for outstanding skill with sugar.

Anne received her undergraduate degree from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, and studied abroad at Trinity College, Oxford University. She's an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW).

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