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Category Archives: National Parks
12.30.2022 Fog Friday…sort of
A scene I have shared many times. The basic composition is more or less the same each time but the sky is always a little different and the addition of fog, some or a lot, makes the difference. Another close … Continue reading
08.27.2022 They only come out at night!
These are not after your blood although they are decomposers. Pleated Inky Cap-Parasola plicatilis pops up during the night often after a rain. When I saw these the first time in our yard I thought they were just some little … Continue reading
06.29.2022 Wordless Wednesday-Acadia N.P.
Posted in Landscape, Maine, National Parks, Nature Photography Tagged Acadia National Park, landscape, Maine, New England, sunrise 13 Comments
10.03.021 ’twas a dark and stormy morning
On Sunday we took a walk along one of the trails that leads to Jordan Pond. It wasn’t the best day for photography with intermittent rain and wind. Most of the shots I made that morning were of mushrooms, many … Continue reading
10.01.2021 Fog Friday
Our first day was very foggy. You’d expect that I’d be in Fog Heaven but strangely I did not go out at all until we decided to ride around in the afternoon. As an excuse it had rained off and … Continue reading
09.30.2021 Otter Rocks Rock!
The granite along the Acadia shoreline as well as on the mountains contains a lot of feldspar and that causes the rocks to have a pink glow when the warm sun hits it. Here’s a landscape example. This was the … Continue reading
01.24.2021 Silent Sunday-Acadia Sunrise
12.13.2020-2 At Gary’s Request
Here’s a large view of the image that was printed for the customer in Dallas. Gary asked to see it larger and as it turns out I never shared it on the blog before. It’s from 2010 just after I … Continue reading
11.13.2020-2 Bonus Bird
I stopped by a pond at the edge of Acadia N.P. a few years ago to catch the sunrise lighting one of the many mountains that make up the park and as I composed this Double-crested Cormorant decided to do … Continue reading