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Late August. Gorgeous Day. Decided to walk across the Williamsburg Bridge on the way home.  I had never been on the walkway before.  Awesome evening. The only problem was I ran out of film earlier than anticipated.

Minolta CLE
Voigtlander 28mm f/2

Kodak Gold 400 film

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The Grey Man made an appearance at nXnw2014, during our first stop at Nubble Light on Cape Neddick near York, Maine. He is difficult to spot outside of his usual habitat of NYC, so this was something of a special event.

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  • Michael CriswellNovember 25, 2014 - 7:02 pm

    Sweet, he’s back! Have a great holiday MarkReplyCancel

  • Toad Hollow PhotographyNovember 27, 2014 - 4:49 pm

    I can never get enough of this series, Mark! I love this post and how the Grey Man is taken out of his normal habitat. Fabulous natural artistic tension in this composition, my friend, absolutely top drawer!!ReplyCancel

This View From Bear Mountain was taken from an large ledge outcropping maybe 1/3 t 1/2 of the way to the summit.  I actually found it preferable to the higher view point for photography purposes. This was taken a little more than a year ago last October on a Sunday afternoon when I drove up to the park to squeeze in a quick hike and some fall color sunset shooting.  I timed my hike a little more closely thaan originally planned, so I reached the summit bare moments before sunset. This shot taken during the upward hike showcases a beautiful fall afternoon sky and view.

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On our last morning of the nXnw2014 trip to Acadia National Park we shot the sunrise at Thunder Hole. This is an area where during strong seas the water comes into a particular break in the rocks and makes a loud, rumbling noise. On the day we were there it was kind of subdued but still audible. The land formation on the distant right are the Otter Cliffs.

This is a modestly long, 15 second exposure, and nearly my last shot taken on the island.

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 That raptor made a very brief appearance. We weren’t really sure what it was. Most of us decided it was an eagle, simply because that would be cooler than the alternatives,* although hawk or falcon would also be pretty neat.
This image is a JPG straight out of the Fuji X-T1. Bass Harbor Lighthouse at Dusk.
* Except for Dave WIlson who said it was a puffin.

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