Photo: There's pea-soup fog out the window right now, so here's a sunrise from Acadia National Park from earlier this week for #sunrisesaturday by +Josh Davis. Good morning, Googlies!
#seascape #sunrise #acadianationalpark #newengland
Photo: So when you see a big one coming, do you run or stand your ground? I'm stupid, I stand. This morning I met a black bear on a forest trail. We were both startled. I knew I should not run, so I stamped my foot and yelled "Hey!" at him. He ran. Well, I don't have a picture of the bear, but I offer this instead. Yup, got my boots soaked on this one. Standing my ground.
For #photostorysaturday by +Dave Beckerman. Thanks for looking!
#seascape #acadianationalpark #newengland
Photo: This is rockweed, found commonly in the tidal zone in New England. It outlines the coast of Acadia National Park. The bulbs at the end are air bladders which make the ends float like mermaid's hair when tides rise. +Nate Parker recommended that I look down. Yes, matey, it's pretty down there, too!
Photo: Clouds on a foggy day. Here's my attempt at minimalism for #minimalmonday by +Olivier Du Tré.
Photo: Still processing images from Acadia National Park, and came across this lovely Yellow Lady's Slipper. For #floralfriday   by +Tamara Pruessner.
#newengland #wildflowers #flowers #acadianationalpark  
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Susan Cole Kelly
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This is rockweed, found commonly in the tidal zone in New England. It outlines the coast of Acadia National Park. The bulbs at the end are air bladders which make the ends float like mermaid's hair when tides rise. +Nate Parker recommended that I look down. Yes, matey, it's pretty down there, too!
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