Another Portland megapost here (I told you I shot seven rolls of film!). Had the sun not been so high and harsh, these would be a lot more my style and I probably would have gone through even more film, but alas, I shot most of these around f/8 and prayed for no nasty blown out highlights. We went to Portland Head Light for these below shots, but the museum was closed and it was freezing and crazy windy. We were literally running back to the car to reload film when we could, because it was too cold to do it outside!
I had to take the cliché tourist-binocular shot!
We then walked along some path around that lighthouse park. Here we were greeted by several energetic and fluffy dogs, and everyone walking by would say hi (as NY-ers, we were so not accustomed to this kind of friendliness). The trees reminded me of the sort you would find in an Ansel Adams collection and I went a little overboard shooting them (what you see here is just a sample of the many tree shots I took).
How nice would it be to have a little seasonal home here tucked away from the main path but with that view of that lighthouse!
I'm just about done sharing Portland pictures but I will save THE tree for another post.