I was heading north on Hwy 113 just north of Baldwin, Maine. It’s a nice drive, with many nice views of the Sacco river as it winds northward. With the fall trees in full bloom it was obvious there would be some spectacular opportunities for a photo, but accessibility was going to be the challenge. After finding a spot to pull over, the river was still quite occluded by the brush on the nearside bank. Since the scene was just too good to give up on, I spent some time re-arranging some thick brush that was blocking the view. The slope was steep and overgrown on the bank where I shot this and the “working quarters” were minute, so I feel quite fortunate to have gotten this spectacular image, especially in such a large size.
Reflections On The Sacco River