I’ve spent so much time capturing my outdoor adventures through these photographs that I’ve never made time to share them until now. Hopefully you will enjoy viewing these images as much as I’ve enjoyed being on the trail and on the water capturing them.
Seals on a ledge at the Indian Point Blagden Preserve, a Nature Conservancy preserve on the northwest side of Mount Desert Island. The preserve is on the part of the island that escaped the fire of 1947, with a forest of mostly mature red spruce, white cedar, and balsam fir.
A cloudy morning along the Acadia coast.
Rocks in the intertidal zone on Acadia National Park’s Hunters Beach. I remembered to leave before the tide came in.
Rocks along the Acadia coast are shaped by the forces of sea and land.
Water flowing into the ocean from a tidal pool at Sand Beach in Acadia National Park.
Champlain Mountain reflects in a wetland on the Schooner Head Road leading to one of the entrances to Acadia National Park.
After this year’s snow melt and a recent driving rain, the water level was high in this stream in the Kennebec Highlands.