Given that I’m stuck at home and haven’t been taking any new pictures recently, I’ve been dipping into my “Not published on photoblog” Lightroom collection for the last 3 weeks. While this still has over 1400 images in it, I’ve decided to do something different which will also help me work my way through another picture backlog. I also have a Lightroom collection called “Review Required” which contains images I shot on particularly productive days when I didn’t have time to review and edit all of them. To help get this reduced from its current 23000+ frames, I will be wading through it and posting a newly-processed image each day from now until I start getting out to photograph things again.
To this end, here’s a picture generated from 9 frames shot back in 2014 during our NxNW trip to Acadia National Park in Maine. It shows the postcard-perfect (and enormously over-photographed) Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse. On that particular evening, we were joined by at least 2 dozen other photographers with tripods arranged in an arc along the rocks, all pointing in the same direction (except for Chris Nitz who set up way over in the distance, looking back at us, and got some great pictures of the comic action going on as people jostled for the best positions).
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