Everywhere you look is beauty.
A moment of tranquility.
Flowers, tree, and fog in graceful balance.
Two young ladies appreciate the view overlooking Jordan Pond in Acadia National Park.
Two girls approaching the summit of Mount Champlain in the park, elevation 1,058 feet.
A boulder balancing act. Hunter's Cove in Acadia National Park.
This Bar Harbor gravestone provides a subtle reminder.
I was exploring back roads when I found this intriguing sign. I had to stop.
What I found: religious statues of Jesus and Mary in a wide array of styles. All priced for clearance.
Ed, the artisan and Maine "character", welcomes a stranger to his studio.
Decades ago, Ed ran a lobster pound and lived a fast life. He earned the nickname, "Fast Eddie, the lobster baron."
After years in the wilderness, Ed found God and his artistic calling . . . creating plaster busts of Mary and Jesus.
Ed at his workbench. He continues to produce the statues even though soon he will have no place to store them.
Ed is downsizing. He's selling the home he built and will move to a smaller trailer. He says he'll continue his spiritual work and get ready to meet God.
Back on terrestrial ground, another view of Otter Cliffs.
Little girl at Acadia National Park on the Schoodic peninsula.
Stone beach at Schoodic section of Acadia National Park.
Tide pool at Acadia's Hunter's Cove. A difficult photo to achieve due to the wide range of light.
Stone "artwork" on Boulder Beach, Acadia National Park.
More boulders (what else?) on Boulder Beach, Acadia National Park.
Welcoming the fog at Schoodic Head, in Acadia National Park.
I was about to pack up when I noticed the fog creeping in.
Another dawn view from Cadillac Mountain.
The schooner Margaret Todd greets another new day.