Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Fall Photo Tour to Acadia National Park 2015

I am happy to announce that I will be leading a photo tour for the South Shore Science Center to Acadia National Park.   The tour will be from October 16-18, 2015.   We will visit many of the highlights of this fantastic island right at the peak of the foliage season.

During the three day tour we will be among the first people to see (and photograph) the sunrise in the United States.   We will stay in historic Bar Harbor, photograph iconic Otter Cliffs and we will visit a quaint fishing village at sunset.   Acadia is a beautiful land with an undeniable
charm.   Photographing Acadia is always a highlight of my year!   I hope you will join me to see why.

The price for the tour is $375, which includes all transportation, lodging and park entry fees.    We will be joined by author and naturalist John Galluzzo, who will help us appreciate and understand our natural surroundings.

For more information, please visit the South Shore Science Center's website here:

To sign up please call the South Shore Science Center at 781-659-2559.

The image accompanying this post was made at 10:30PM on July 3, 2015.   The moon was nearly full and lit the landscape beautifully.   It rose to the east and looked a lot like the rising sun in Acadia National Park.   Fortunately, it wasn't so bright that it washed out all of the stars.

Sitting in solitude on the rocks along the Ocean Path was an amazingly tranquil experience.   A few cars and bicyclists passed by, but otherwise it was just the ocean waves and I that witnessed this stunning scene.  Spending time alone along a beautiful shoreline is a fantastic way to find solace in nature.

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