Maine – Day 7

By: Biffy's Photography

Jul 15 2017

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Focal Length:32mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Today, I planned to go to Otter Point for sunrise. I was there in plenty of time but realized that I didn’t have a good vantage point to see the sun come up over the horizon. I tried to hike up the coast a bit, but no good spot. I decided to stay put as the sky was starting to light up. It was one of the most breathtaking sunrises I have ever witnessed. As I was enjoying the beautiful scence in front of me, I turned around to notice that it was just as stunning behind me!untitled shoot-1592-Edit

It was even more special as I was able to enjoy the with not another person in sight. The pink clouds and first light, bathed the rocks in a pink glow.

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Afterward, since it was only 5:30 in the morning, I had plenty of time to explore. I hiked down to Hunter’s Beach and photographed some of the waves hitting the rocks.

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As I continued on Park Loop Road, I stopped and explored Otter Cove.

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The clouds were moving in quickly so I decided to head home. Of course, I was easily distracted by this beautiful scene. As it started to rain, I photographed the raindrops on the pond. untitled shoot-2000-Edit-Edit

untitled shoot-2014The rain was spotty so I decided to stop at one of the carriage road bridges.

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