A picture postcard


Here are a couple more images from my morning on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park. There is so much to see on this magnificent summit, and for the photographer looking for interesting foreground elements to include in a composition… couldn’t ask for a better place. The ground cover that turns red in the fall is spectacular, and the weathered and shaped slabs of granite are truly impressive. Throw in the picturesque view of Frenchman Bay and the Porcupine Islands and you have, well… a picture postcard.


12 thoughts on “A picture postcard

  1. Beautiful pics as always. You have an incredible eye for capturing natural beauty. Have you ever photographed the Badlands of South Dakota? It’s in the foothills of the Rocky mountains and it offers a wide range of terrain, from the expected mountain vistas to desolate, lunar-like landscape which amazes and captivates the eye with unexpected colors and textures. Further, wildlife there are varied and abundant. Anyway, you are truly gifted. Cheers.

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