As we brace for the first real arctic cold of the winter here in the northeast, I thought I’d post an image from warmer times. This shot was captured this past summer in Ogunquit, Maine along the famous Marginal Way. This mile-plus path winds it way along stunning rock cliffs from Ogunquit beach to Perkins Cove, and provides unlimited photographic opportunities. Sunrise, in my opinion, is the best time to be there – not only for witnessing the beauty of the sun coming up over the ocean and cliffs, but also for the peacefulness and quiet of being there virtually alone. The Marginal Way gets quite crowded during the day in the summer, so I really look forward to being there at sunrise.
I woke up early to a promising forecast, and was certainly rewarded for the effort. As I walked along the path, I was seeking out some leading lines in the patterns of the rocks that would take the viewer right out to the morning sky, and found this spot which did the trick. I’m definitely looking forward to getting back there this winter to get some images with snow on the rocks. Once I’m a little more used to the cold that is.