The Misty Coast

In landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier3 Comments

This is another older (reprocessed) image from Acadia National Park. Yup, I’m on a roll this week! I vividly remember shooting it back in 2008. My son Ryan and I got to Acadia later than we hoped and then got completely turned around trying to find Blackwoods Camp Ground. By the time we got the …

Eastie’s View

In 20mm f2.8, boston, Cityscape, long exposure by Robert Lussier1 Comment

  It is often with great trepidation that I venture back into the archives for an image to post. Sometimes I find something worth posting but I’m not always sure if I’ve stumbled upon an image that I completely forgot about or simply forgot I already posted. This is such a case. I had to do some …

The Foggy Coast

In landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

  This was shot along Acadia’s Park Loop Road on the same foggy day as yesterday’s image. I remember the day pretty well. It started with a deep sea fishing trip in the fog. When the boat left the harbor, we expected the fog to lift but it never did. For about four hours my …

Low Tide III

In 16-35mm f3.5, landscape by Robert Lussier6 Comments

This is the last of the Low Tide mini-series. I have to admit, as much as I enjoy shooting wild, rock crashing surf, there is something calming about shooting at low tide. For one thing, I wasn’t concerned about getting swept out to sea by a rogue wave. My biggest fear was getting my feet …

Low Tide II

In 16-35mm f3.5, landscape by Robert Lussier9 Comments

This is the second in my mini-series of low tide images. Three images probably doesn’t really make a series, so I guess its more like a trio. Or a hat trick of images. Whatever. Its the second of three images I shot a couple of weeks back in Rye NH. The third one (and my …

Anemone Cave

In landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I’m back. I spent the past six days at Acadia National Park, an absolute gem in the US National Park system. If you love the outdoors, you have to go. It was an annual camping trip with my son Ryan (13) and our third consecutive year at Acadia.  We were determined to explore the Park …