This is on Lower Wilson Pond, near Moosehead Lake, Maine.
I’m glad I headed up Cadillac Mountain yesterday on my way home from the annual Maine Association of Realtors Convention to capture the foliage this year; today’s wind and rain may just cause many of the peak-colored leaves to fall.
I took black and white photography in college many years ago and developed a love for the artistry of black and white photography… it’s the dramatic contrast that appeals to me.
The crisp morning air in mid to late August on MDI reminds me that foliage season is approaching…this was on the Parkman Mountain trail, looking up at one of the Rockefeller bridges.
this is a beautiful display of Man and Mother Nature – the beautiful foliage along one of Acadia National Park’s stone bridges built by Rockefeller.