Tag Archives: Acadia National park


One last vacation image

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  After reviewing the rest of my images from our trip, I think this is the last worthy photograph to post. The conversion to black and white really helps set the mood for what it was like scrambling on those … Continue reading


Last day of vacation

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Due to the unforeseen circumstances brought on by hurricane Irene (flooded basement, leaky roof, loss of power and other storm damage) my last post from Maine has been delayed. With our vacation being cut short, Friday morning was my last … Continue reading

Oh Irene, why don’t you love me?

With the anticipated arrival of Irene and the havoc she will reap on traveling, we will need to cut our trip short by two days. That means I will only have more opportunity to squeeze in an early morning photography shoot and maybe one evening trip.

I am hoping to get out to Otter Cliffs tomorrow morning to capture the famous rocky shoreline of Maine and Acadia.

Unfortunately I will not have the luxury of a scouting trip, so I will try to get there early and hope that I get lucky.

I am also going to try and capture the iconic Somesville Garden’s bridge this afternoon if the clouds continue to cover the sky.

I’ll keep you posted.