Well, that’s all for September and our trip to Acadia N.P. It wasn’t as planned and that includes photography. Most mornings were cloudy, some overcast, some rainy, some breezy, and only one with abundant sunshine. But the most important part was our having a good time together which we did. Three different sleeping arrangements in two locations, three unpackings and packings of the car, and one night that we could cook our own dinner. Mary Beth doesn’t like spending money on dinner out but she did enjoy not having to cook for several days. And we had a lovely lunch at a favorite restaurant for her birthday.
Earlier that morning I visited an oft visited location that I call Otter Rocks (I don’t believe that it has an official name) along Ocean Path, between Thunder Hole and Boulder Beach, hoping for a sunrise shot even though there was some heavy cloud cover directly in the east. But northward was relatively clear so I found a composition I liked and waited. Some other folks liked that spot as well and plopped down right in the middle of it. I went for Plan B and made do.
We came home a day sooner than intended as a result of the early snafu and availability of places to stay. No problem, really. Lots to do here both photographically and yard preps for winter. As many say, “It is what it is” so make the best of it.