Otter Cliff Sunrise

I had a very successful shoot at Acadia National Park in August.  It was only my second time in Maine, and my first time photographing.  Fighting off the mosquitos (Maine’s state bird according to the locals) and waking up at 3:30am every day was wearing at times, but in the end, the results were worth it.  I really enjoyed Bar Harbor, and Hadley’s Point Campground.  My girlfriend came along, and we spent some time hiking, whale-watching, and kayaking.  Not a bad way to spend a week.

I took this exposure at sunrise on the second day I was in Acadia.  It comes from the otter cliffs on the south eastern tip of the park.  It took three and a half minutes to capture, and I used the LEEBig Stopper.”  I also grabbed a couple of conventional exposures, which I will post soon.  I am having trouble deciding which one I prefer actually…

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