Tag Archives: Otter Cliffs
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
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
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
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.
Much of Maine’s coast is quite rocky and Acadia N.P. is well known for that. There are several areas, such as this, with large boulders that have a bit of a reddish quality to them. When the low rising sun … Continue reading
Firstly, I have always called this area in Acadia Otter Cliffs even though the actual cliffs are a distance behind me here. Recently I asked if there was an actual name for it on the Friends of Acadia Facebook page … Continue reading