Schoodic, Evening | Acadia National Park | Winter Harbor, Maine | Released September, 2012 | Limited Edition of 500 prints | This part of the coast has some of the largest tides on the planet. The crashing waves near high tide are so strong they moved the rocks that make up the beach, creating a distinct sound of crashing water then clacking rock. The spray from water hitting rock easily tops ten feet in the air, and you can see a couple of small spots in the print created by water that hit the lens (just above the trees, and in the trees just left of center).
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