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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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I was in the neighborhood, maybe 500 yards or so from my favorite park, so I hopped over and took some iPhone shots on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. This was processed entirely on the iPhone as well, using the VSCOcam app.

Gantry Plaza State Park in Long Island City, Queens, NY.

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I misplaced my lens hood for most of out trip. For many of my shots it makes no difference but as it happens that weekend I spent a lot of time shooting while facing the light. It’s not the worst thing, sometimes a little flare is exactly what you want, but I still regret I didn’t have the choice more times  during the trip.

This is the oft-photographed walking bridge in Somesville, Maine.

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