Tag Archives: Acadia National Park

10.06.2021 Fungus Vignette

I noticed the red of the Partridge Berries first then the shape and color of the mushrooms as we walked the Eagle Lake Trail at Acadia N.P. Tricholoma equestre–aka-Tricholoma flavovirens-aka-Man on Horseback.  The ID is via iNaturalist and of course … Continue reading

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10.06.2021 Waterfall Wednesday

When visiting Acadia N.P. I always try to take in this waterfall. Sometimes the water flow is a trickle but this time it was heavy as we had rain off and on for most of the time we were there. … Continue reading

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10.05.2021 Painted Suillus on a Bed of Mixed Greens

Sounds yummy.  This mushroom, a Bolete, is actually edible but as I don’t forage I haven’t tried it. Painted Suillus-Suillus spraguei formerly Suillus picta I came across this little scene while we were walking the Eagle Lake Carriage Path in … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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09.30.2021 Acadia 2

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 … Continue reading

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01.24.2021 Silent Sunday-Acadia Sunrise

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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

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12.05.2020-2 Self-promotion Saturday (I won’t make a habit of this)

Had I known the email was coming I might have saved this for milestone 1700, but 1701 will have to do. A few months back I received an enquiry about this image from a collector in Dallas. He wanted a … Continue reading

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