this is the sand bar at Bar Harbor, at low tide. One can easily walk or drive across, to Bar Island. This sand bar is how Bar Harbor eventually got it's name.
a foggy day at Bar Harbor
this pink granite is synonymous to the park.
Bubble Mountain Acadia NP, Maine
Looking out from Bar Harbor, Maine
trail to the summit of Acadia Mnt.
Bass Harbor Light Station.
looking over the granite cliffs from the Bass Harbor Light House
these granite rocks is the area known as the seawall, on the "quiet" side of the park.
these are very short barnacles growing on the rocks. They keep you from slipping on the rocks, but are very sharp.
these little sea urchins, grow between the granite rocks, at low tide they are accessible. these are under water.
little urchins, you can see my camera ring of my lens and my reflection. these are all under water, at low tide.
the granite under water at low tide, so many colors.
a cave that is accessible at low tide.