Schoodic Point, Maine

At 6am July 21, 2014 I arrived in this detached unit of Acadia National Park to a speckled eastern sky with the sun peeking above the ocean. The mosquitoes were fierce til sunup! The landscape is heathlands, rocks, pines, spruce and hemlock. Blue flag iris, daisies and buttercups dotted the edges as the Atlantic tide rolled into white foamy spray. A bald eagle flew by as I observed gulls and cormorants about this tableau. From US1 take Me186 to Winter Harbor, turn left in town, then right onto a one way road passing the shore along this peninsula. Enjoy!

At 6am July 21, 2014 I arrived in this detached unit of Acadia National Park to a speckled eastern sky with the sun peeking above the ocean. The mosquitoes were fierce til sunup! The landscape is heathlands, rocks, pines, spruce and hemlock. Blue flag iris, daisies and buttercups dotted the edges as the Atlantic tide rolled into white foamy spray. A bald eagle flew by as I observed gulls and cormorants about this tableau. From US1 take Me186 to Winter Harbor, turn left in town, then right onto a one way road passing the shore along this peninsula. Enjoy!

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