Lobster is a very popular subject for artists around the Maine Coast
(the Post Office door in Owl's Head)
Jordan Pond is one of Acadia National Park's locations that's open all year.
You can pick berries in this field when they're in season. Good paths go all around the shore.
From Bakeman Beach on Cape Rosier in Brooksville, Maine you can reach several islands within a 1 mile radius. This is Pond Island at low tide. On a windy day you have to be very careful out here, the water acts up quickly, so keep to the islands closer to shore if your skill is not above average.
'Capturing nature's essence is not easy - your work becomes a dance with light and the weather. It takes you to a place within yourself.'
In cloudy, foggy or otherwise dim light situations bright colors will be accentuated.
Sometimes a great view comes as a surprise. Pull over!
West Penobscot Bay toward the Camden Hills is viewed from Catepillar Hill in Brooksville, Maine.
Good photographs include the elements of light, space and time
allowing the viewer to interpret them in different ways.
A lobster boat resting in the harbor at low tide, Port Clyde, Maine.
Acadia National Park's Schoodic Peninsula is a best bet if you want scenic beauty, open seas, hiking, biking, art & education, camping and a day free of crowds. Winter Harbor, Maine
The idyllic scene can be found at Sand Beach on Deer Isle in Stonington, Maine. The beach is very small but beautiful & easy to access - it's just a couple of minutes from the active fishing village that's known for excellent visual & performing arts. This area is a kayaker's dream!
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." Henry David Thoreau
Late afternoon sky over the harbor in Rockland, Maine
Keep an eye out for LIGHT itself!
A roadside view as the sun is setting .
Norton Pond in Lincolnville Center, Maine