Photo Credit: DPeppe
Travel adventure and photography education combine to bring you to one of the most spectacular settings on the Maine coast. The historic Pemaquid Point Lighthouse sits on the rocky, wave worn ledges of Muscungus Bay. While there explore the grounds, the buildings, and the beautiful rock formations while you improve your photographic skills.
‘Lessons on Location’ will cover framing, composition, demos on seeing, camera handling tips, menu settings, discussion on exposure, and image review. You will gain better control of camera operations and expand your vision. Any skill level and any digital camera are welcome. You can find more info on the web site.
Other points of interest are to explore a nearby harbor and small fishing village. You will have time before the sunset to explore the grounds, the buildings, and the beautiful rock formations. The tower might be available to tour (operated independently by the American Lighthouse Foundation), as well as the Fishermen’s Museum next door. Here you’ll find displays and artifacts chronicling the area’s maritime heritage. Also on the ground is a lovely art gallery with displays by area artists. We will depart from the Lighthouse approximately a half hour after sunset.