Acadia wrap-up

I’m going to wrap-up talking about my trip to Acadia with various interesting photos that didn’t necessarily fit in with the other topics I wrote about. 

The sand bar connecting Bar Harbor to Bar Island, as seen from the top of Cadillac Mountain; the sand bar is only exposed at low tide.

Ripples on the Bar Harbor sand bar:

Near the tree line on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire:

There is a stone marker and a picnic area on US Highway 1 marking the 45th parallel:

Crazy fracturing in the shattered zone at the margin of the Cadillac Mountain Granite:

A reverse-faulted vein in the volcanic tuff exposed at Seawall:

Refracting waves at Sand Beach:

The SEAVP conference begins this Wednesday; I’ll be posting updates about the conference as often as I can.

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