"Flagstaff Lake Sunrise"
Early morning in Eustis, Maine, from Cathedral Pines Campground
"Who Decorates the Scenes..."
Sunrise at Cobscook Bay, Maine
"Pretty Maids All In A Row"
A string of dories lies in wait on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island, Maine.
"Boats on Somes Sound in Early Morning Fog"
Taken at Mount Desert Campground, near Acadia National Park, Maine>/i>
"How To Hide If You're a Moose"
Frankly, I don't think he's fooling anyone. But I suppose if you're this big, it's hard to hide effectively.
"Another Way To Hide If You're A Moose"
A moose plays hard-to-get near Eustis, Maine.
"~ Water ~ Rock ~ Time ~"
Taken in near-darkness, water, rock and time converge at Birch Harbor, Maine, from Oceanwood Campground
A nighttime image from Ocean Wood Campground, Birch Harbor, Maine
Birch Harbor, Maine. This is the same location as seen in "Welcome Home"
"Moonrise at Acadia National Park, Maine"
Near Otter Rocks on the Park Loop Road
A Long Falls Time
Northern Maine, near Long Falls
"The Asticou Azalea Gardens on Mt. Desert Island"
In full autumn splendor.
"No Ordinary Moments"
On Moosehead Lake, Maine. The title is taken from Dan Millman's book
Long Falls, Near Eustis, Maine, on a glorious autumn afternoon. The saturation has not been boosted on this image... it's just about straight out of the camera.
Near Eustis, Maine, from the Cathedral Pines Campground
"Invitation to Sail"
Mt. Desert Island, Acadia National Park, Maine.
"Flagstaff Lake from the Cathedral Pines Campground"
Near Eustis, Maine
"Strong Morning Coffee"
From the Cathedral Pines Campground on Flagstaff Lake, Eustis, Maine. I needed a good bit of strong morning coffee to get up in the cold each morning.
"The Hidden Gem of Cobscook Bay"
Taken from our campsite at Cobscook Bay State Park
"Signs Over Moosehead Lake"
While looking for a sign as to whether we should stay or go the next day
"Big Back Yard"
Early morning from Cobscook Bay State Park. We like to travel to places like this so that we can hang out in our 'Big Back Yard'
Alone + Nature = Nurture (2015)
A lone figure contemplates the immense field of sky, clouds, and ocean. At Acadia National Park, Maine. Originally published 2010, reprocessed 2015
Near Ship Harbor on Mt. Desert Island, Maine.
"Bernard, Maine, in Mt. Desert Island"
One thing I love about Acadia National Park is that this could be considered a 'typical' scene.
"Sunrise at Otter Point, Acadia National Park, Maine"
A brilliant sunrise along the shore of Acadia
"Alone + Nature = Nurture"
A solitary figure regards the expanse of sky and ocean at Acadia National Park, Maine
"Maine's Bold Coast"
Maine's Bold Coast, aptly named, on a trail north of Cutler, south of Lubec.
"Rock and Rail"
You never know what will wash up. Found near Ship Harbor on Mt. Desert Island.
"The Good Life"
Just down the street from The Good Life Center, and Eliot Coleman's farm, is Orr Cove at Harborside, Maine
One of the little chalets to be found on the shores near Acadia National Park, Maine
"Into the Dark"
Just about every autumn, we travel to New England for a month, leaving phones, email, and news behind at home. We call it going 'into the dark.' Taken at Mount Desert Campground on Somes Harbor, Maine.
"Flagstaff Lake Revisited"
We often return to one of our favorite spots, Cathedral Pines Campground near Eustis, Maine
"Moonrise Over Flagstaff Lake, Maine"
One clear, cold night in autumn.
Sometimes it's fun to play around with our perspective. Often, something new or unexpected can be seen by doing so.
"Sunset Over Somes Sound, Maine"
In this area, it's difficult not to be impressed with even a 'typical' sunset.
Some things are worth getting up for. This area of Acadia National Park is usually swarming with photographers at sunrise. I got lucky.
Otter Cliffs, Acadia National Park, Maine (Monochrome Long Exposure)
Early morning sunrise at Otter Cliffs
"A Typical Maine Scene"
North of Bass Harbor, Mt. Desert Island, Maine
No trip to Acadia would be complete without visiting The Bubbles near the Jordan Pond House. Be sure to try the popovers.
"They Call It 'Thunder Hole'"
A tetraptych presentation of one wave coming in to Thunder Hole, a spot along the Park Loop Road at Acadia National Park.
"Early Morning Sunrise, Late September, Otter Rocks at Acadia Nat. Park, Maine"
Sometimes, getting up early pays off.
At Oceanwood Campground, near Birch Harbor, Maine.
"Rockman Yoga Pose"
Rock stacking at Ocean Wood Campground, near Birch Harbor, Maine.
"There Was a Time..."
At an abandoned gas station north of Whiting, Maine, along Rt. 1
"The Bates Cairn"
A classic cairn marks the trail across open rock at Acadia National Park, Maine
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