When you are up in Acadia National Park you must stop and see the iconic Bass Harbor Head Light. From my previous visit, I knew it would be a
Early in 2019, my Tampa photography friends decided they wanted to go to Maine in September, so since I had been up there several years prior, I became the de facto trip leader. I wanted to hit some places that I had not visited the last time, so I chose Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Bristol, ME as our first stop.
After a week in Maine, Andy saved one of the most iconic spots in Acadia National Park, Bass Harbor Head Light, as the final stop of our epic trip! After an afternoon stop at Asticou Azalea Garden (Part 11) and
The last stop on our marathon Maine photography journey was Portland Head Light & Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. We stopped by, mid-afternoon, to scope out the area with the intent to come back just before sunset & get a primo spot to shoot
After taking the whale watching boat from Bar Harbor and eating a hearty lunch at Paddy’s (see Part 4) we headed back to our home base. We did some quick downloading (except for me as both of my hard drives were full- epic fail on my part! – those extra CF cards came in handy) and then we all hit our beds. As the next part of our journey around Maine was starting at 1:30am! We awoke briefly in the evening to eat some dinner but went back to sleep until the appointed time. We left in the dark of night