Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park

© Gary Sagnor

Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park

Uploaded: October 17, 2009

Description

This photo looks prehistoric to me. The only thing its missing is a dinosaur standing in the shallow end of the lake. 3 shot HDR of sunrise. May 09

Exif: F Number: 23, ExposureTime: 4/1 seconds, ISO: 100, FocalLength: 17.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 50D

Comments

Nikki McDonald level-classic October 24, 2009

Beautiful light, Gary. I think we were in about the same place but I love the clarity of yours and the wonderful sky and reflections. Great job. #1196157

Gary Sagnor October 25, 2009

Thank you Nikki! #8071901

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic October 27, 2009

A beauty....nice colors, POV and love the HDR! I am from Bar Harbor! :) #8078627

Dianna Murphy October 27, 2009

Gorgeous comp. beautiful scene. awesome work. #8079098

Gary Sagnor October 27, 2009

Shelly, we are planning a trip back in the fall of next year. What a beautiful place! Dianna, thank you for all of your kind comments I appreciate it! #8079402

Rod Partington November 17, 2009

This is a stunning landscape,Gary! I'm surprised it only got an EP. It deserves more. #8140422

Gary Sagnor November 18, 2009

Hey Rod, I really appreciate that! Thanks for taking the time to comment. #8142569

Keith L. Clayton October 11, 2011

Beautiful capture!! I love the POV you chose. Works very well. #9728820

Gary Sagnor October 15, 2011

Thanks again Keith, I really appreciate it!
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