Yet another image of the much over-photographed Bass Harbor Lighthouse. With Tuesday's two feet of snowfall followed by yesterday's ten inches, I thought the snow might add a bit of interest to this iconic scene.
I setup for the classic shot of the lighthouse reflection in the tide pool. After the sun dropped beneath the clouds, I noticed the waves and rocks bathed with golden light. Quickly I moved my tripod to incorporate the snow, waves, and sunset for a better than average scene. To learn how to create images like this, consider attending one of my landscape photography workshops in Acadia National Park.
EXIF data: Nikon D800, 21mm Zeiss, f/10, 1/13 sec, ISO 100, 2/16/17, 6:00 PM