Hemlock Bridge and the Maple Spring Trail in Acadia

May 30, 2013  •  39 Comments

Hemlock Bridge and the Maple Spring Trail in Acadia National Park. 

From Sunday and my nice time out at the waterfalls. This is a three shot Tilt-shift panorama where using the shift function of the lens and here shifting horizontally, I'm able to capture a bigger scene than the 24mm can capture as well as a huge file that is about 6900 pixels tall by 5500 pixels wide. I don't always make panoramas but when I do it's with my Canon 24mm f/3.5 TS-e made in 1993!

Have a good one- Nate!


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