After getting some work done I headed up to Cadillac Mountain before leaving Acadia behind. Cadillac is the highest mountain on the Atlantic coast north of Brazil. You can drive to the top up a windy, scenic road. I was debating whether I should go, everyone does and I've been there so much. But I'm glad I did. It is special being up there, even having driven it and with a lot of other people around. The next group of pictures are from Cadillac or on the way there.
Another glacial erratic, Bubble Rock, on the side of one of the Bubbles, twin hills at the north end of Jordan Pond.
The southern part of Eagle Lake and adjacent mountains.
From near the summit, looking southwest.
Lambkill, or Sheep Laurel, and a white three leaved cinquefoil.
A not at all shy Dark-eyed Junco at the summit.
A Turkey Vulture soaring by.
Egg Rock Lighhouse in Frenchman's Bay.
Bar Harbor, Bar Island and one of the Porcupine Islands.
Off the island in Sullivan, staying with Joe Martell, a painter, sculptor and gallery owner.
A couple of Joe's outdoor sculptures.
Critter Series - Bronze and stone One of his unique Maine Granite Birdbaths.