Tag Archives: Acadia National Park
Well, maybe. I didn’t make as many Acadia images as I intended. But I headed for Otter Rocks on our first day and made this image. I’ve photographed this tree several times over the years and am always amazed that … Continue reading
The two mountains, not very tall ones at that, are known as The Bubbles and atop the South Bubble is the glacial erratic known as Bubble Rock. I’ve not photographed it or been up to see it as of yet. … Continue reading
This is a location I’ve not visited in the 30+ years I’ve been going to the park. It’s a little tricky access and on this particular morning the rocks were a bit slick. The slipperiness depends on how high the … Continue reading
We went to Acadia N.P. for a few days. As always, I headed to my favorite spot for daybreak Sunrise was blocked by clouds for the most part, but every once in a while it would peek out from between … Continue reading
Another old (1994) Acadia image recently reprocessed. These two Atlantic Cedars have an obvious attraction to each other. When visiting Acadia last year, I saw that their grip was as strong as ever. This same trail presents this mystery as … Continue reading
I just joined a group on Facebook related to Bar Harbor and Acadia N.P. As I select images from the past to share there, I am also planning where I want to visit, especially some new places. Last summer I … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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.
More stain and more rocks from the Acadia coastline with some goldenrod for added color. Seaside Goldenrod-Solidago sempervirens is seen in the cracks, gaps, and fissures filled with sand, soil, and abraded rock dust.