This shows the Bubbles, at Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park. The Bubbles are the twin pair of rounded large hills, or small mountains at the far end of the pond, which seems large enough to me to be called a Lake.
After the nXnw crew’s travel day driving up the Maine coast from Massachusetts, this was our first photo stop the next day in Acadia National Park. We first tried – on a foggy morning – to drive up to the Cadillac Mountain lookout. We hoped we would rise above the fog and be able to capture some great long views with some dramatic fog covering the area immediately below. Instead the fog just kept getting thicker as we climbed, and the view from the top was no view at all. As a result, we were all just delighted with this vista when we drove back down. From this point forward we had great weather, great skies, and a great trip.