Cadillac Mountain

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No trip to the eastern coast of Maine is complete without a visit to the top of Cadillac Mountain. Surprisingly, there really weren't that many people up there. The same could not be said for Jordan Pond and after I successfully navigated out of the parking lot, I tried to find the more remote areas of the park but that was a pursuit unfulfilled.


Pollination Magic

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I've said it before and will most likely do so again, but the Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G OSS lens hits such a sweet spot when it comes to photographing the macro world. The fact it is also a stellar portrait lens is the icing on the carrot cake.


I turned around just to visit the reversing falls of Hancock, ME. After standing there a bit, I asked the gentleman over on the next rock if he was seeing it. Turns out, the phenomenon is best viewed 2 hours before or after low tide.

I made a note to download a tides application for my iPhone. :D

“Always seeing something, never seeing nothing, being a photographer." - Walter De Mulder


Schoodic National Scenic Byway

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I dropped by Brattleboro Subaru where I purchased my first Subaru back in 2014 to say hello to Matt Hale who sold me this most awesome vehicle.

I had done a significant amount of research as to what vehicle would suit my needs after my Ford Explorer was officially retired. There are around 55,000 miles on the odometer and by the end of this journey, I am anticipating at least 15,000 more.

But I feel safe and confident my Subaru Forester will handle the task without issue.




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