Acadia National Park
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CheechzeppLn
Registered: Jan 18, 2012
Total Posts: 201
Country: United States

So I was looking through my posts here and realized that I never shared my spoils from the Acadia NP in a set. I just wanna say that Acadia is one of the most beautiful landscapes I have ever visited. It might be my favorite national park so far. Now let's get down to business


Precipice View by CheechZeppLn, on Flickr
Precipice Trail..By far the hardest hike I have ever done. It was more akin to rock climbing then just hiking. If I was by myself I probably would have turned around but thankfully I was with my friend Lisa who helped with the motivation to conquer the mountain.


Microcosm by CheechZeppLn, on Flickr
Getting up close and personal with nature's miniatures .. loved how the rocks were full of so much life and texture


Textures by CheechZeppLn, on Flickr
Lower Hadlock Pond.... what a wonderful trail that undulates around the pond, so many exposed root systems and green moss everywhere. There was even a real nice spot to get some waterflow too but the conditions were to bright to make it happen.


Bass Harbor Sunset by CheechZeppLn, on Flickr
Photographed to death but still worth sharing. The conditions were changing so fast that one moment the fog was thick, the next the sun was shining. Amazing place this Acadia

Charlie



mike717
Registered: May 02, 2004
Total Posts: 8118
Country: United States

Amazing place this Acadia
Yes it is Charlie and you did it proud.

Nice work!

Mike



David Patterson
Registered: Nov 11, 2003
Total Posts: 2774
Country: United States

Charlie,

Am agreeing with both you and Mike. My favorite national park too, and you did indeed do it proud.

David



CheechzeppLn
Registered: Jan 18, 2012
Total Posts: 201
Country: United States

Dave & Mike, Just wanted to say thanks for the comments. Glad you both enjoyed the photos and look forward to getting back there whenever an opportunity presents itself.

Charlie



StarNut
Registered: Aug 30, 2004
Total Posts: 1634
Country: United States

Beautiful shots, especially 1 and 4.