Wish we were still there. One week doesn’t come close to exploring this great park. Next time I’ll spend more time in the woods. Advertisements
This is a much photographed scene along the Hemlock Trail in the Great Meadow section of Acadia. There are several spots through here that afford a look through the birches. A very nice and cooperative hiker stood by my side … Continue reading
As spring approaches, thoughts of Acadia dance in my head. Of course, there is more to Acadia than wildflowers…much more. 🙂
When I woke this morning, the temperature was 60°F at 4 a.m. A little earlier we had thunder during our current rain event. So I think this image from last September 29 along the Acadia N.P. coast line is appropriate … Continue reading
As always, I am several months behind on my archiving. In reviewing September 26, I found this which I had overlooked back then. I believe Mary Beth will have me nibbling on kelp in a few recipes calling for Kombu. One … Continue reading
The face of an angel. 🙂 You never know…could be true. This is another from the Wayback Machine…June 2008 in Northern Maine. I was just as low as the turtle although with 420mm between us.
I am a little free and easy with the titles (although mold is a fungus)…this isn’t very moldy, but it sure is sweaty. The bracket fungus Red-banded Polypore (Fomitopsis pinicola) aka Red-belted Conk quite often exudes sweat-like moisture (guttation) in … Continue reading