Sunday, September 27, 2015

It's Not Too Late!

There are a few spots left for my fall photography tour to Acadia National Park.   Acadia is my favorite destination in New England.   We will be there October 16-18, 2015.  We will see the park highlights and a few hidden gems.   The foliage will be close to peak.   It will be a fantastic weekend that you won't want to miss!

The price of the tour includes lodging, ground transportation from the South Shore Science Center and photo instruction.   All of that is included for only $375!   In addition, author, historian and naturalist John Galluzzo will be joining us for the tour.   His fantastic insight and humor have made him a favorite tour guide for many people over the years.

To sign up, please call the South Shore Science Center at 781 659 2559 or visit this link:

The image accompanying this post was made in late June.   The doe was making its way through a beautiful field of wildflowers.   I pulled my car to the side of the road and spent a half hour observing this wonderful scene.   Acadia has a no hunting policy, which has led to a very high deer population.   Deer are one of the most commonly sighted animals in and around the park.   This doe was just outside of the park in a local farm field.   I am still stunned at how surreal the scene was.    It was as if I stumbled onto a movie set!

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