Weathered Rock: The Maine Attraction at Acadia National Park

August 01, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

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, 

JD

Puddle, Sea Wall, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, MEPuddle, Sea Wall, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, ME

Weathered Rock, Seashore, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, MEWeathered Rock, Seashore, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, ME

Coast, Acadia National Park, MECoast, Acadia National Park, ME

Granite, Mist, Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, MEGranite, Mist, Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, ME

Rock Pattern, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, MERock Pattern, Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park, ME

Rock, Puddle, Acadia National Park, MERock, Puddle, Acadia National Park, ME

Rock, Puddle, Acadia National Park, MERock, Puddle, Acadia National Park, ME

Puddle, Rock Bed, Acadia National Park, MEPuddle, Rock Bed, Acadia National Park, ME


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