Golden Hour in Acadia
When shooting Bass Harbor Head Light it's best to arrive early to get your spot.
When the weather clears up in summer, there are hundreds of people here to watch sunset. Many will be clambering over the rocks you see here, meaning that it's difficult to get a pristine shot.
Through a mistake on my part, I arrived about two hours prior to sunset, but that worked in my favor as I was able to scout around and find a place that I felt worked best for me. It was also the first 70°F day of the year in these parts, so the crowds were minimal.
Either way, I highly recommend Acadia NP, and Bass Harbor Head Light.
EOS 5D Mk III | EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM | 55mm | 1/20 | f/11 | iso 100 | 3-legged thing 'Albert'