Category: Acadia National Park

October Photo of the Day 10.19.21

The pine trees in the foreground were catching the sunlight and creating a nice frame for the colorful hillside beyond – on the North Bubble’s Trail.

October Photo of the Day 10.18.21

One of the most distinguishing features of my season at Acadia National Park this year was the abundance and variety of mushrooms growing along the trails. Love the color contrast between this tan mushroom and the Polytrichum commune – Common Hairmoss.

October Photo of the Day 10.16.21

The leaves on this Moosewood Maple tree were just beginning to change to the pale yellow fall color that distinguishes this plant in the forest. The way the leaves reflect the filtered light in these deeply shaded forests always amazes me. Across the rocky… Continue Reading “October Photo of the Day 10.16.21”

October Photo of the Day 10.15.21

When we seek out vivid displays of fall color, we are usually looking for and admiring the leaves on the trees that blanket the hillsides and valleys. I went forth yesterday with my macro/portrait 105mm lens instead of my wide-angle zoom lens. Using that… Continue Reading “October Photo of the Day 10.15.21”

October Photo of the Day 10.14.21

My season here in Acadia is fast coming to a close. Oh how I’ll miss the sunrises and sunsets across the ocean and sky, the dramatic coastline, the deeply shaded forests and the rocky, exposed summits of this beautiful island! 🙂

October Photo of the Day 10.13.21

My favorite place to view fall color in Acadia is the summit of Connor’s Nubble. Shhhhhh……don’t tell anyone! It is a little out of the way for most people and, therefore, a nice spot for some solitude! I was all alone for at least… Continue Reading “October Photo of the Day 10.13.21”

October Photo of the Day 10.12.21

I managed to get down to the coast tonight just in time for an amazing sunset! I had this little piece of the coast all to myself. Pure heaven!

October Photo of the Day 10.11.21

Waves meet rocks….I can’t ever get enough of sitting and watching the tide roll in – creating dramatic splashes against the rocks!

October Photo of the Day 10.10.21

Little Hunter’s Beach is a lesser known spot on the park loop road and an easy 1.5 mile walk for me from my summer home. I love to visit here in the early morning or early evening. The best part of hanging out on… Continue Reading “October Photo of the Day 10.10.21”

October Photo of the Day 10.9.21

Riding the Witch Hole Pond carriage road loop in search of some inspiring photographs, I was disappointed in my efforts. I simply was not finding anything that really caught my eye and the quality of my photographs reflected my utter failure to get that… Continue Reading “October Photo of the Day 10.9.21”