Sunday, October 19, 2008

Mt. Katahdin



Last Wednesday, my mom and I drove to Baxter State Park to take photos.  Baxter Park is home to Mt. Katahdin, Maine's highest peak and the end of the Appalachian Trail.  My mom is an aspiring photographer and her idea of the perfect day is behind a camera.  We left my parent's house before sunrise and spent the next ten hours chasing the perfect shot.  Below are a few of my photos from our day.  


We started out so early--the morning fog was still lifting off the lakes

The photographer at work

Little Niagara Falls

Sandy Stream Pond--Earlier that day people had seen three moose, 
 we missed the moose so here is a piece of drift wood.


2 comments:

Ellen said...

These are lovely shots, Amie! You have a good eye! :)

riouxclocks said...

Amie and Hung, my favorite first cousin's daughter and husband are experiencing a trip of a lifetime....I wish you both much happiness and hope your trip across the country is full of discoveries and adventure....I look forward to reading rumbling and stumbling, with envy of course!Love, your stable stay in one place, cousin Susie