|Cape Elizabeth Light|
A little technical information, I had sent both my Nikon D7100 and my D800 back to Nikon for cleaning and re-calibration, since my trip to Costa Rica. As a NPS member I was able to obtain a Nikon D750 to use and try out. All pictures were taken at a ISO 100, except the ones that I handheld where I boost my ISO up to 400. All pictures, except those taken at Nubble Light were taken with the Tamron 28-75 mm lens. At Nubble Light, I utilized the Nikon 70-200 F/2.8 lens. All the pictures were processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.
John Slonina has a number of day programs in the New England area that are worth taking. He knows the areas extremely well. You can find these programs at his website.
After photographing Cape Elizabeth light, we convoy down to the East Bay, Maine Audubon sanctuary in Biddeford, Maine, where we photographed the wave action on Sacco Bay.
|Concentric Circle of Stones|
|Waves Crashing on the Rock at East Bay|
|Run off of the Wave Action|
|The outside Lounge Area of the Bar at Pier 77|
|Sign at Cape Porpoise|
Next major stop was Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, Maine, again, where we did scenic and landscape views.
|Harbor at Perkins Cove|
|Decorated Boat at Perkin Cove|
|Waves crashing on the rocks At Nubble Light|
|The Sky after Sunset at Nubble Light|
|Composite Picture of the Full Moon and Nubble Light|
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