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Tunk Waterfall

 

Tunk Mountain is one of my favorite places after Quoddy to go hiking.  When I was there earlier this year, every little brook and stream was dry from a severe lack of rain.

 

 

On my most recent hike, I was glad to see the water had returned to a more normal level.  The brooks and streams were flowing full force.

 

 

I stopped at one of my favorite spots for picnics and photographs.  It was too cold that day to picnic next to the cold waters, so I just settled for some photographs.  I decided to play around with some of the in-camera photo effects.  I liked this black and white image the best, seconded by the same shot set up in black and white with a hint of blue in the water.

 

 

Tunk Waterfall

Tunk Waterfall With Blue

 

 

Until next time…

 

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~A.M.

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Fall Foliage…WIN…[^_^]…

 

A few weeks ago, as I mentioned, I had hoped to get a nice photograph of the fall foliage to share with you folks.  At that time…I failed.  Well, the foliage around my house failed.

 

But rejoice!  I have finally succeeded as I hoped I would!

 

While on a hike up Tunk Mountain, I managed to catch a few images of some totally unexpected, nice, and bright foliage.  It was quite surprising because at the head of the trail, all the trees were either bare or the foliage had already gone past.  I suppose the shelter from the wind created by the surrounding forest coupled with the cool nights and nice days we’ve had here in Maine this past month, left the trees in this area with some decent foliage.  Woot!

 

So, to make up for my lack of a foliage photo when I said I’d give you folks a foliage photo, here are two.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Until next time…

 

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~A.M.