We had a few more inches last night, but today the sun came out and the temperature got high enough to do some melting. I was able to clear most of the ice from the edge of the roof and out of about half of the gutter above my study where I had the ice dams and water entered the house. Fingers crossed that whatever remains of winter will be less dramatic than the last month.
So I’m still in reminisce mode. A few years back I had one day at Acadia after a visit to Millinocket and Baxter State Park. It was a bit stormy, but for a few moments a sliver opened and allowed a little brightness to hit Otter Ledges. F/16 @.6 seconds, ISO 400 was just enough to catch the waves crashing against the rocks.