Greetings from Cadillac Mountain

Sunrise, 5:00 AM Thursday Morning overlooking Frenchman’s Bay.

It was stunning to say the least. ย And the best part was my niece and I felt we earned the hungry gal breakfast at Jordan’s!


14 thoughts on “Greetings from Cadillac Mountain

  1. Ah, I know those views well. We’ll be back for our 10th year in less than two weeks. Hoping for a lot of good images from the two week stay. Not to mention some blueberry pancakes from Jordan’s! Looks like you were sitting up in the window – our favorite spot.

  2. There you are!! Glad you were MIA for a few days for a great reason. I love Bah Habah and the park! And those rock piles are called cairns. Apparently, they were originally meant to mark trails, but they are also built for looks or for luck, so don’t use them as a map! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I’ve only been there once, but I remember the awesome views. Gorgeous shots. Was starting to wonder where you disappeared to! Be sure to have the popovers if you get back to the Jordan Pond house again!

  4. I rented the lens from I checked the list to purchase and it is an $800.00 lens. Very pricy for a novelty lens. But I think it forced me to be more creative with composition and the sharp tac nature of the images it captures about knocks your eye out. I only have mid-level lenses and I see a BIG difference in image quality. My midlevel lenses seem to have a haze about them and it is not because I am under exposed. It is the quality of the glass. Oh well…I will have to live with the haze longer since my Jeep decided to feast on venison.

  5. Ouch…poor Jeep and deer. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    BTW, the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 is a bit cheaper and more useful than a fisheye. The quality of the glass and manufacture is at a Pro level. Both of these opinions are mine. ๐Ÿ™‚

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