Pretty Maids All In A Row   9 comments


A string of dories lies in wait on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island, Maine

Pretty Maids All In A Row

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A string of dories lies in wait on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island, Maine.

In an attempt to avoid the crowds around Acadia National Park, we took a leisurely drive around the west side of Mt. Desert Island, looking for new opportunities. As we drove past one of the many bays shrouded in woods, we caught a glimpse of some potential well below the level of the roadway.

Sometimes it really pays to swing the truck around to investigate. After climbing downhill about fifty feet, I found a nice spot to catch these dories.

Handheld three exposure HDR, f/14, 24mm, ISO 100, Photomatix Pro and HDR Express

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9 responses to “Pretty Maids All In A Row

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  1. Man, those are a good distance away from shore. I wonder if the owners swam in and roamed around as it looks like they are full of gear. Maybe they went camping and that is their food bags. Now I want to know more of the story here 😉

  2. That color is unreal dude! The boats are so crisp!

  3. Really well done! Excellent capture and processing. Have a great weekend Rob!

  4. Neat capture; love the colors and textures!

  5. Absolutely stunning Rob. Beautifully processed and captured.

  6. Fantastic photo, Rob. This is jumping off the screen. Awesome processing on this.

  7. I like the way the sun sparkles in this and the placement of the boats.

  8. This is one of those pieces when bigger is definitely better. This is such a impressive scene Rob and 30X20 or larger would make the viewer feel the raw beauty captured here.

  9. How cool is that. Great shot here Rob, awesome catch and what a view!

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