Webb Lake II

In landscape, maine, Uncategorized by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Here is Webb Lake at sunset in black and white. Another in this rediscovery series this week. Revisiting the image helped me recall shooting it, even though it was almost a decade ago. I recall that I was not overwhelmed by the color in the sky. I remember wishing that the opening in the sky …

Angel Falls

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Today’s entry in my “recently rediscovered image from almost a decade ago” series is this shot of Angel Falls in Byron, Maine. In all the years I vacationed in this area with my family as a kid, I had never visited Angel Falls. To my knowledge, my mother and father didn’t know about it. I …

Webb Lake, Weld Maine

In landscape, long exposure, maine, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier2 Comments

This week I’m taking you all back to one of my favorite places on earth. I know, it’s a bold statement. There are so many places on this planet that challenge the concept of reality. But note that I said “my favorite,” not the most incredible or the most beautiful. Although this place is beautiful. It …

Grow

In 20mm f2.8 by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Here is a shot from the Ogunquit Beach Photography Workshop I assisted at a couple of weeks ago. It is from the sunset walk to Perkins Cove. I’ve only been to this area to shoot a couple of times before, but I have to say that the workshop rekindled my desire to get there to …

Sunset at Perkins Cove

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This is from last Wednesday’s trip to Ogunquit where I assisted in a photography workshop. Around 6:30 PM the entire crew set out for a walk along the Marginal Way to catch sunset at Perkins Cove. The cloudless sky rendered the overall sunset somewhat a bust but the warm glow set a great mood. I …

Acadia Fog

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I found these images poking through the archives. They brought back some great memories. Both of these images were captured in 2009 during a camping trip to Acadia National Park with my (then) 12 year old son, Ryan. He really wanted to go fishing that year. So I dutifully booked us on a boat out …