Tag Archives: Otter Rocks
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
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
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
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.
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
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