Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island are visited by over two million tourists every vacation season, but few know what the island and park are like during the rest of the year, the quiet season. For over a year, the author, a landscape photographer, explored the park daily, embracing the available light, capturing the experience of the moment, as he felt it. On blue-sky days; in storms, hurricanes, and blizzards; on winter nights on silent beaches; and in extreme cold, images and experiences were gathered, to be later shared. The work in this book represents a very personal and deep-felt intimacy with the park and the island that can evolve only by completely immersing oneself into the rhythm and flow of the land and sea, and then using all of his craft to express this deep love, his soul, that belongs to Acadia.
About the Author
Scott Erskine is a landscape photographer who lives in central New England. Since retiring from the Air Force, he has worked in healthcare informatics. He has photographed extensively in Maine, Alaska, Massachusetts, and Wyoming.