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Another year comes to a close. It's only natural to look back at my photographic efforts of the last twelve months. My focus here will be on my successes. Those rare instances when I get it right - in my opinion, of course. This past year was a busy one with lots of travel. A late summer trip to Europe, winter in Key West, Florida and three trips to the Maine Coast. Mix in several trips to other New England...

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Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island in Maine is one of my favorite photography locations, especially in the autumn.  It is loaded with photographic subjects to keep any photographer busy.  I try to spend five days here every autumn.  The fall foliage in the park tends to peak around October 16th -18th every year.  The crowds of tourists are more manageable in the fall compared to the summer however, there are more photographers in the park in autumn.  The park and...
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There are few places that are better suited for viewing fall foliage than Acadia National Park.  Situated on Mount Desert Island on the rocky coast of Maine, this park is both majestic and offers easy access because because it is relatively tight packed.  Mid October finds color at its peak, but there is still plenty to see before and after that.  For the photographer, the park offers endless opportunities, such as rocky coastline, mountains, dense woods, tidal pools, cliffs, beaches, lighthouses and...
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