This past autumn, my lady and I went for a drive to Acadia National Park. We went on November 3, so exploring the park was free. We primarily wanted to go visit a three things. First, we wanted to take some photos of the white bridge in Somesville, then we wanted to visit Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and finally, we wanted to hike the Ship Harbor Trail that was nearby. We did all three and they were all awesome. In this post, I’ll share eight photos from both the Ship Harbor Trail as well as the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse. Let me know what you think of the pictures. I edited them in Adobe Camera Raw and resized them in Adobe Photoshop. They were taken with my Canon T7i.
For this next part of the mini photo gallery, I’ve got some beautiful pictures of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse in Acadia National Park. Laura and I actually visited this part of the park before we went hiking at the Ship Harbor Trail. To be honest, I’m not sure which area I like more. I wasn’t expecting the Ship Harbor hike to be so beautiful, but that one blew me away. I was expecting the lighthouse to be very nice and I was blown away by that too. They both really are stunning, but you be the judge. Let me know how you like these photos. Again, they were edited in Adobe Camera Raw and resized in Adobe Photoshop. They were taken with my Canon T7i and my Canon 24mm prime lens.