This is a shot I took back in April at Lookout Point in Harpswell. Over the winter I invested in a not-so-expensive 16mm prime lens and this is one of the first landscapes I took with it. I’ve been pretty hooked on it ever since.
Lookout Point is one of those places I return to every now and then. It’s really a powerful spot because it’s so open. When you’re there, you can really experience the elements. When it’s windy it’s really windy and when it rains there’s no cover. This was a chilly spring evening right before the rain. A tiny sprinkle actually, which really brings out the vibrance of the scene.
I’ve been pretty MIA on posting over the last six months. Among many other things, I’ve also been reevaluating a lot of things in my life, and having a photography journal on social media is one of those things. But since I’ve had so many people mention that they miss seeing my photos, I was inspired to start sharing again despite my fears. I guess that means I have some content to catch up on.
“I guess that means I have some content to catch up on.”
so glad you do! 💕