I didn’t venture too far when out on the rocks shooting Bass Harbor Light on this day. There was a considerable amount of snow and ice to contend with, and it was as cold a day as I had ever been shooting in. Even in the summer when these rocks are dry they take some negotiating to get to where I was for this shot. Following up on my earlier version of this scene, this image is a tighter composition from approximately the same spot. Over the years I must have been here a dozen times to shoot this lighthouse, and I never get tired of being there.