Maine Day 3 Film Photos

Mount Katahdin with its peak in storm clouds viewed from the Katahdin Woods & Waters picnic area

And here we go with my film photos from the 3rd day in Maine (really my 2nd full day if you recall). These were pretty much all from Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Loads of time on gravel roads, stopping occasionally for some gorgeous sites, and high-tailing it out of there once we realized the storm was headed our way 😀

All of these were shot on Kodak Portra 160 using my Hasselblad 500 C/M.

triangular, vertical slate formations in a river bed

This isn’t the most beautiful photograph I took that day, but it was the most fascinating thing I saw – naturally-occurring, triangular slate formations that protruded near-vertically from the river bed.

Hill visible above trees opposite a wetland pond

Unlike Acadia, with which my friend Robert is deeply familiar, I don’t know what all these places are called. Somewhat anonymous beautiful spots, I guess. Whatever their names, it was the most breathtaking scenery of the whole trip.

Denuded trees in a wetland reflecting the clouds
Reflection of denuded trees and clouds in a wetland pond