After three nights of camping in some very rainy, misty, and foggy weather in Acadia National Park, I ended up with images very different from what I had expected. The first day of shooting gave us some clear skies, then it was all about waiting for that brief clearing in the fog or trying to capture the eerie feeling of the misty landscapes. A special thank you to Vincent at Acadia Images for showing us some great locations, helping us make the most of the challenging weather conditions, offering professional guidance, and laughing with us as we pursued that elusive sunset shot!
I decided to take a drive out to the fields at McKee-Besher’s Wildlife Management Area today. The plants were about my height, so this is a good time to go shoot sunflowers.
A few shots from the Marine Corps Sunset Parade last night at the Iwo Jima Memorial, but must see it in person.