Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine, was the first stop on my second excursion with my friends in the NXNW Photography Group. Our final destination was Acadia National Park, where we were to spend three days photographing New England Fall Foliage. We missed the peak of the seasonal colors, but we had a great time and still found great photography.
The wind, rain and surging tide was a great way to start the trip, but made was treacherous. The rocks were (of course) wet, the wind and surf unpredictable. But there were no complaints. I think we all preferred the stormy skies over the clear blue and boring variety any day.
That was a fun trip and a great morning at Nubble, you are correct in regard to the weather and rough surf, it made for some great moody shots. This is nice, although you must have a unique position because some of the Nubble shots Steven P post look totally different : )
I’m pretty sure there were complaints.