Weathered Rock: The Maine Attraction at Acadia National Park
Figured I'd have some fun with the title of this post. Why not, right?
Nick, Parker and I spent a long weekend in Acadia National Park recently and did some camping and hiking, and I managed to shoot a little bit while the weather held out.
During my second trip to the park (Nick and I went in 2014) I found myself more focused on the rocky seashore than the mountains that seem to rise out of the ocean. I noticed the details of broken rocks and the patterns that millions of years of erosion have created.
I also was more inspired to shoot in black and white this trip. I think the textures of the landscape can be appreciated more when shot in black and white.
Anyway, below I've posted my favorite shots from the trip. Hope you enjoy,
Keywords: Acadia National Park, Atlantic, Black and White Photography, Camping, Erosion, Hiking, Maine, Ocean, Weathered Rock
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