Milky Way over Eagle Lake

Sunrise Wave, Bass Harbor

Exploring the Rugged Coast of Maine

Since 2021, I've made the effort to spend at least a few days in Acadia National Park each fall. I rarely get to experience the seacoast and practice the art of making seascapes, so it's always a highlight of my year.

The landscape of Acadia is unique, with rugged and rocky coastline, inland forests, meadows and lakes, and summits above treeline throughout the park.

In 2024, I've been inspired to improve my Milky Way photography work, and I decided to go to Acadia during the June new moon, in addition to my traditional mid-October, so I get a little of each style of composition. (The Milky Way changes location throughout the year.)

I am still finishing up images from my most recent trip in May/June 2024, including SIX more Milky Way images, so stay tuned!

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Crash, Bass Harbor Light

Part of a Painting, Monument Cove

Misty Boulders

Bass Harbor Sunset

Dawn at Monument Cove

Golden Birches, Sieur de Monts

Shimmering Lupine, Otter Creek

Framed, Boulder Beach

Dramatic, near Thunder Hole

Moody Sunset, Bass Harbor Light

Lost in the Waves, Sand Beach

Boulder Beach Sunrise

High Surf Warning, Monument Cove (I think)

Falling, Opposite Thomas Bay

Ethereal, Schoodic Point

White Rocks, Blue Hour, Schoodic Peninsula