Yesterday we had mystery photo, like most other Fridays and couple people identified it right as Bar Harbor at Acadia National Park in Maine. Very nice! Today’s photo happens to be taken at the street level at Bar Harbor on one of its main streets. Fall was in full swing and leaves had nice smell, it just asked for some memory shots.
Folks in US, hope you had a good Thanksgiving! We visited friends and had a good time, with perfectly cooked turkey on the table. Even had a chance to swim in the Atlantic, while not for long as it was fairly cold this time of the year.
I didn’t take this photo on this trip, so it is not in Florida, this is a big help to figure it out, right? Cruise ship looks so tiny, almost like a little toy from this distance. Where do you think it is?
Weekend Update: Thanks all for stopping by! This one was a bit more challenging, but many of you identified it right – yes it is Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, beautiful place to visit any time of the year, but especially spectacular during October/November when colors change and the crowds are not as big as during peak visiting months.
Boston downtown area has many tall glass buildings which act as perfect mirrors with right angle of the sun. It presents some interesting photo opportunities, like the one below.
The day when I took this photo was perfectly sunny with clear blue skies. I just played a bit here with textures to make it a bit more moody.
We are planning on doing a short trip to Florida for Thanksgiving and while we are not going to see or experience warm waters like we did on this hot day in Turkey, it will be considerably much warmer than what another cold front brings us, which about to come down from Canada and will put most of the East coast into freezing temperatures.
While walking in Phnom Penh I saw this contrasting scene. Not sure how long this house will remain to be there, probably not much longer. This is what happens to the old districts in down towns of developing cities, they disappear and get replaced with something more modern, even it the modern is not much prettier than old.