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.
As we get well beyond peak fall color, the forest floor turns to shades of brown and grey.
The Milky Way as seen from our back deck on an October night. My friend Gale and I were both inspired by a lecture on astrophotography sponsored by the Maine Professional Photographer’s Association (thanks, Gale, for the invitation!). I used PhotoPills to predict exactly where and when to find the Milky Way. Still lots to learn and I’m looking forward to many more opportunities to photograph the night sky in Maine.
A great blue heron in flight over the Bass Harbor Marsh in Acadia National Park.
At a fork in the Pemetic Northwest trail in Acadia National Park, there’s an option to go left through a ravine or right over a ledge. The ravine option has a few wooden ladders and lots of cedar roots.
On the coast of the Schoodic peninsula in Acadia.
A bog on the Cranberry Pond trail in Baxter State Park.
Surf on a very windy day at Schoodic Point, Acadia National Park.