Early morning mist hanging over Upper Hadlock Pond, Acadia Natio

Last year, I had the pleasure of exhibiting and selling my prints at the Bar Harbor Art in the Park festival, at the entrance to Acadia National Park. To my greatest amazement, I came home with the Best in Show/ Photography honors. It was an enjoyable time meeting people, talking about my work and photography and exchanging favorite places in the national park.

Dawn at Hunters Beach, Acadia National Park, Maine, USA

In about four weeks, I'll be heading back to Bar Harbor to take part in Art in the Park again. It's always hard to know what prints to bring with me. Some prints were big hits, but didn't sell. Others that I thought were more like filler pictures did sell. Everyone's taste is different, so I try to bring a good selection of prints that will have a wide appeal. Some people like the standards- Jordan Pond, Cadillac Mountain and the Bass Harbor lighthouse. Others like my more abstract prints. Some prints will hang in offices, others will hang in bedrooms, and others over the living room mantlepiece.

Fallen leaves and reflections in the pond under the footbridge,

I'm currently in the process of choosing what images to print and bring along. If there's an image of mine you've seen in recent months, let me know. I value input to know what people might like. And if you're in the Bar Harbor or the Downeast area, stop by. Art in the Park takes place in downtown Bar Harbor from June 17-18th.

Waves, Schoodic Point, Acadia National Park, Maine, USA