I just returned from 2 weeks in Maine. 2 amazing weeks in Maine. It was my first time in the State, and I know already that it won’t be my last. The first 8 days of the trip were spent working at a summer camp in Naples, where we were hired to shoot a video for the camp, which I will share here once we’re done editing, and I will talk more about in a coming post in the next few days, but in the meantime, I just wanted to pass along an image I shot at the iconic Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse just outside Acadia National Park a few nights ago. After the job in Naples, I drove up the coast for a few days of image-making and on the first night, I got super lucky as the clouds parted just about an hour before sunset to reveal this fantastic scene. Click here for a high resolution version for your phones and tablets if you’d like. And if you’d like an alternate version for your desktop, click here.
Anyhow, I’m currently preparing a blog post that will explain more about what I was doing in Maine and will have many more pictures, but just wanted to share this one while it was still fresh.