The sun is striking diamonds from this lake in Acadia National Park, Maine:
and bouncing off these ferns nearby:
I want to be there – no, wait. The ferns are popping in my gardens. Yeah! haven’t been to the park, yet. Hope to do so one of these days when I visit my sister in kittery. Here is my interpretation of Sun, shot in the Serengeti: http://wp.me/p1TywS-ps
We span the continents — the equatorial Serengeti and coastal Maine.
The world is a vast and amazing place, isn’t it.
I love how the world is glowing in these shots!
Truth is, that was the one sunny day we had on our whole Maine vacation! Glad I seized the opportunity —
It really was a sparkling day — fortunately (see reply to Jen’s comment 😉
Love the sun on the water. Both make for great photos with a great photographed. 🙂
I’m feeling very dark ATM so these are just what I need to remind me of the beauty out there!
Clouds, darkness, overcast — all temporary. The beauty’s always there behind.
Hope the sun shines through for you again very soon, Julia.
this too. shall pass…
And it did, from one day to the next. Let there be light, and then —
Let there be LOTS of rain!
Gorgeous shots, and thoughts about the diamonds…
I think I’ve been to that park..
If you’ve been to Bar Harbor, odds are overwhelming you’ve been to Acadia.
Yes! It’s the one on Mount Desert Island. I’ve been to Bar Harbor twice! 🙂
Stunning pictures. Love these colors in these images. 🙂
Thanks so much, Arindam. For some reason the ferns especially just did it for me!
Ah, the light! Beautiful shots, J. Just look at the shades of green and I love the way the sun is dancing in its silver slippers on the water.
Ah, the silver slippers! Pauline, you are irrepresible — and inimitable!
nice greenery in the sun
I thought I loved the diamonds sparkling in the sun, but then found it was the green ferns that really lit up my world —
these are both striking, in their own way – one brilliant and the other subtle. love them both. thanks for sharing.
And thank you for visiting and commenting —
It’s nice to see you, Kris!
A great set of nature images.
Thanks. It was especially nice because most of our time in Maine was — rain!
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