06.22.2019 Acadia Revisited

I had to check something in my files from last August and found a few compositions that never got processed.

Schooner Head

Otter Rocks

And Otter Cliffs

In a first, I saw dawn/sunrise every day we were there.  Usually there’s at least one day with a serious impenetrable fog bank but we had six days with a visible horizon.

For a refresher of the trip click here, here, and here. We’re returning to Acadia in September and looking forward to it.

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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10 Responses to 06.22.2019 Acadia Revisited

  1. From one who looks west, it’s lovely looking east.

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  2. rabirius says:

    The sky is amazing in these photos.

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  3. The rich colors in the second grabbed my attention—and why wouldn’t they?
    (The first and third of your three links go back to the same 2018 post.)

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  4. shoreacres says:

    It’s a neat combination of photos. The first is cool, the second is warm, and the third is a combination of both. My favorite detail is the brilliance of the white clouds in the last photo. We rarely see such a thing here, but it’s quite striking. I’m sure Acadian sunrises like that profit from an absence of rank humidity and smog.

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    • I am sure lack of smog makes a big difference. Although Maine does get humid, the sea breeze helps keep it bearable on the shore. In the woods is a whole different experience in August. One reason why we prefer October.
      The wispiness of the clouds was a nice surprise and the sun had risen high enough that it was no longer coloring the clouds.

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  5. Todd Henson says:

    It’s always nice seeing new images from Acadia. Such a beautiful location. I love the warm glow on the rocks in the last image. Can’t wait to see what you create on the September trip.

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    • The rocks have a natural reddishness to them and if the low rays of light hit them they glow for a while. It’s a few moments of magic.
      We are always eager to visit there again. It’s about the only place we go which sounds like we’re in a rut but we just enjoy it so much why go anywhere else, I guess. You can be sure I’ll be sharing here.

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