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N061A00HiRez36Hx13A-1 "Schoodic 2" Schoodic Point Acadia NP, Maine June 2000 This image was captured at Schoodic Point. The only part of Acadia NP on the mainland. No visit to the park is complete without a stop hare. Even if it's only for a few minutes. No gently sloping sand beaches here. This one of the spots where the bedrock of North America, meets The Atlantic Ocean. Head East from here and the next landfall is somewhere on the coast of Portugal or Panhandle of Spain. Wind driven waves from far out at sea, come in like freight trains, hitting the rocks and making them shudder. The lighter rock in the foreground is Granite. The darker (and denser) rock behind it is Basalt. Both have been scoured by glaciers. Both attest to volcanic origins.

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  • Taken with Wolverine 96660
  • Focal Length 2.8 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/9
  • f Aperture f/1.8
  • ISO Speed 50

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