Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park

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Jordan Pond is one of those places that never seems to get my full attention… it always seems to be somewhere I visit AFTER spending first light at another spectacular Acadia location such as Cadillac, Thunder Hole, or Otter Cliffs. One of these days though I’m going to make this scene the focus of my photo-expedition, and maybe I’ll be able to parlay the superb foreground rocks and the awesome views across the pond toward The Bubbles into a really cool photograph.

The wind was whipping across Jordan Pond as I set my tripod up to make this photograph, and I really liked how it’s effect on the water complimented the earthy tones of the blue sky, the green mountain slopes, and the rugged granite boulders. You really do have an almost unlimited array of rocks strewn along the shoreline to choose from for your foreground, and the famous and…

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#163 – 11.06.2012# Infinito

Rossana F.

Acordei antes das 6h, cedo para levantar, tarde para readormecer.
Deixei-me ficar entre o real e o subconsciente.
Perdida em pensamentos, esperei o comboio que me vinha despertar, fiquei a vê-lo passar.
Vê-lo sumir na linha do infinito. Se fiquei, se fui, nem eu sei.
Novo dia, nova semana de trabalho, as férias ficaram para trás.
Um despertar adormecido, o ambiente continua “aquecido”.

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Le temps d'un soupir....

This week-end my wife was on guard at work and it was her birthday Saturday. I was off working too Sunday morning and we had the usual festivities here in our village that come round every year at this time, so we stayed in a chalet at the holiday village where she works for the week-end.

I didn’t get to take many pictures this week-end as I was feeling somewhat exhausted but here is one I took on Saturday evening when the rain came.

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