Bar Harbor Photos 1

This shows the amazing Bar Harbor, Maine in all of its glory and diversity. Some of the images are of Acadia National Park. Each of the following “numbers” represent a different page of 9 photos. If using a larger monitor, select images to see larger versions.

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Autumn at the corner of Main Street and Mount Desert Street
Lobster boat leaving harbor at sunrise
Shoreline next to the Bar Harbor Shore Path
Lobster sign with lobster trap buoys
A lobster pound on the Bar Harbor waterfront
Lobster sign with American flags
The beautiful carriage road bridge at Duck Brook
Moonrise over Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor
The new look of Main Street at night

People Return for Good Reason

Greg A. Hartford, photographer, author, publisherThere is a good reason why so many people fall in love with Bar Harbor, Maine and keep coming back. Just take a look at the amazing diversity of geography and places there are to enjoy. This does not just stop with one generation. It is passed on through the generations that follow as well. The tourism season here is short, especially when compared to places like Florida. But what you get in return is an intensity of experience and stunning variety, combined with gorgeous nature, in a unique way that is unrivaled. This grouping of 9 photos covers Main Street to the moonrise over Bar Harbor as seen from Cadillac Mountain.

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