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N061A00HiRez36Hx29A-1 "Schoodic 2" Schoodic Point, Acadia National Park Maine June 2000 Storm battered, glacier scoured, Schoodic Point. The only part of Acadia NP on the mainland. No gently sloping sand beaches or high coastal cliffs here. This is one of the places where the Granite bedrock of North America, meets the stormy waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. Wind driven waves from far out at sea, come in like freight trains, hit the rocks, and cause them to shudder. But! There are sheltered spots. Seeds carried in by the wind, dropped in by birds, or carried in by little red squirrels who live in the area. Take root, grow, and even flourish.

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  • Taken with Wolverine 96660
  • Focal Length 2.8 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/10
  • f Aperture f/1.8
  • ISO Speed 50

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