The South coast of Devon has been one area that I have been wanting to visit for many months now but it has never come to pass. However the coast line at this time of year is when it's best to visit, strong spring light and an abundance of flora on the cliff edges transform the cliff edges and views beyond. After the sun dropped below the horizon the clouds where illuminated with a pink glow that complimented the thrift in the foreground.
After heading down to Boulder Beach in Acadia NP, my helpful new friend, David Patterson, was showing me what the lovely park had to offer. The morning was very calm and when we stopped at Bubble Pond the reflections were great! After shooting off to the right side for a bit I came across these 5 rocks arranged in a very eye-pleasing fashion. Luckily the clouds offererd up a dappling of light and the scene came to life. The added ducks on the far rock was a bonus B/W version coming tomorrow!
A frosty bell Anxiously override the waterclock; Grieving together, Dense sorrow dawns.
Guests from the coast Exchange his enlightened poems; Monks from these woods Describe his bearing while ill. The cleansing spring Floats a fallen leaf; On rock concentrations Chirping crickets assemble.
Turning, I view Cloud Gate mountain: Dwindling Sun descends The distant peak. - Wei Feng, 10th century CE
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Our second day in the Great Wilderness included a tough ten mile trek across one of the most stunning landscapes I have ever seen which ended on the summit of A'Mhaighdean with a view words cannot describe! With a near vertical drop of 700m to the base of the mountain it boasts one of the finest views in the British Isles, coupled with near perfect visibility you could see the far isles and more than a hundred summits across the Highlands.