Tag Archives: Acadia National Park
Otter Rocks Sunrise with Fissured Rock After that glorious Clouds over Otter Cliffs image, I returned toward the horizon and made this image. I never did see a pillar of fire, but there is this leaning pillar of rock. Although … Continue reading
Honestly, and it’s a small thing, but I am not sure I would have made this image if not for the small bleached branch.
The sky lit up spectacularly over the cliffs as the sun rose on August 30th, our last day at Acadia N.P.
I have never heard a specific name for this part of the Acadia shoreline. Thunder Hole is to the left and Otter Cliffs to the right with a few other named points of interest within those boundaries. I call this … Continue reading
This visit to Acadia saw every morning start with the same basic sky. No complaint as they all produced some color, a bit of drama, and lots of peace and quiet…well, aside from the sound of crashing waves which can … Continue reading
Apologies to Lewis Carroll. I’ve visited Hunters Beach (and Little Hunters Beach) many times. There are wonderful cobblestones at both which really are quite colorful once they get wet from the tide or rain. But on this day I wanted … Continue reading
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