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One of the great things about a place like Acadia National Park is that, in the park, and everywhere around the vicinity, you will find things to photograph.  One of the iconic photographs in the vicinity of the park is the little white bridge at Somesville.  The icon photo is a reflection of the bridge in the little stream that flows under the bridge, with fall foliage in the backround. Or, earlier in the year, you can get the bridge rail where the road bypasses the bridge house in the foreground with potted flowers.  But what do you do if the you are late and the foliage is mainly gone?

Here is another approach to the bridge photo.


2 Responses

  1. Hey there. I LOVE the second picture! I believe I would even prefer it over the first one*with* the “coveted fall colors!” =)

  2. Thanks. I agree. I think it is a more interesting photograph.

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