03.28.2011 Great Meadow Lupine Field

Something from a visit to Acadia National Park from a few years back.  Most folks think of Acadia for the rocky coast and challenging climbs up the mountains.  But Great Meadow has some nice trails and, in the Spring, loads of wildflowers including some nice stands of Lupines which are found wild all over Maine.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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7 Responses to 03.28.2011 Great Meadow Lupine Field

  1. Anita Mueller says:

    This is pretty. We will have to check this out!


  2. jameshuntphotography says:

    Very nice. Your subjects were really working with you on this one! Great color scheme as well.


  3. Greg Russell says:

    Very nice image, Steve! Lupine are about my favorite wildflower, and you’ve captured this little stand very well. Nice to see a “different” side of a national park that’s so famous for other things!



    • sggphoto says:

      Hey Greg. Thanks twice…for the comment and for stopping by. I love this park for all the famous things, but I really do like finding the hidden gems that most people never get out of their cars to enjoy. I’m sure there’s a park or two out your way that you feel the same about.


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