One of my photos is in the April issue of Down East magazine. It’s in the “Where in Maine?” spread. So I’m not telling where, but you can read more about it and guess on Down East’s site… here.
After the results are published I’ll post more images of the place!
I am proud to have my work featured again in the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce 2010 Guidebook.
The Bar Harbor visitors guide can be downloaded here or you can visit www.barharborinfo.com and request the printed version.
The cover image is of Cobblestone Bridge, one of the many bridges in the Carriage Road system in Acadia National Park. Forty-five miles of rustic carriage roads, the gift of philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. and family, weave around the mountains and valleys of Acadia National Park and on some private land still owned by the Rockefellers but open to the public. The system includes 17 stone bridges. But this is the only bridge made of cobblestones. It is truely amazing! This image is taken early in the summer right after we had some rain so everything is fresh. Here are some more images from that day.
I have photographed all of the 17 bridges and many of the Carriage Roads. I hope to have a section on my website dedicated to the carriage roads soon. Until then, you can see more images of them scattered throughout my site and you can learn more about them on the Acadia National Park site, here.