Boats and Bays on the Coast of Maine

Camden from the top of Mount Battie

Camden from the top of Mount Battie

A few weeks ago Mary and I spent 8 days photographing Fall color from Camden to Acadia.  Besides great trees, lakes, and lighthouses, there were numerous large and small bays.  Here are some of our favorite photos:

Camden Bay sunrise

Camden Bay sunrise

Boats – Big and Small

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We did much of our shooting during the day with overcast skies.  A monotone treatment worked really well, here.

Color Blocking

There were plenty of chances to create subtle abstracts with all of the boat colors.

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The tools used for fishing also made for nice stills.

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There are thousands and thousands of these trap floats everywhere.

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Finally, look for abstracts in the water.  See Mary’s longer post about making these photos.

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Here is last week’s post on Maine Lighthouses.  More from Maine next week.

To see more of (any buy) our photos, please go to www.pamphotography.com.

 

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4 thoughts on “Boats and Bays on the Coast of Maine

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