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Acadia National Park comprises most of Mount Desert Island in Maine. I just spent about 4 days there with 9 other great friends — photographers all — on our annual nXnw photo trip. This was taken during our last morning in the Park 2 days ago, at the Thunder Hole location on the coast. The area is so named because when the right sort of waves are coming in, a deep thunderous rolling sound emanates. The sea was not so rough during our visit, so there was only an occasional low rumble, but the beautiful sky more than made up for that. I’m still unpoacking and settling back into life and work, but I will remember this trip for a long time.

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A variant of yesterday’s image, another of the unintended abstract images I found on an SD card when I offloaded the intended images from it. I believe these came from the inside of my bag.  I played with the color of this one to give it more variance from yesterday’s image.

 

Note: Things are busy and I might take a break from this for the next week or so.

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I unloaded a card and found 7-8 variations on this. I think it’s from the inside of my bag, but I’m not sure. I played with it a bit in post to add some personal creative element (if only so I can claim copyright)..

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  • […] A variant of yesterday’s image, another of the unintended abstract images I found on an SD card when I offloaded the intended images from it. I believe these came from the inside of my bag.  I played with the color of this one to give it more variance from yesterday’s image. […]ReplyCancel

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From underneath the elevated No. 7 train, a direct view of the Empire State Building with what little remains of the famed 5 Pointz graffiti museum in Long Island City, Queens.

 

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It is a giant showroom for Paramount Classic Furniture -Fine Antique Reproductions. Perhaps the last thing I would have guessed.

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  • Jimi JonesSeptember 26, 2014 - 8:06 pm

    A really nice architectural shot, Mark. I’m digging that curved corner on the building and the cool perspective you used.ReplyCancel

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