Sundew Trail at Schoodic Institute
June 10, 2015 • 6 Comments
iPhone Photography on the Coast of Maine
Each day I hike the Sundew Trail. It's a great way to begin my day and connect with the land and the sea. The trail is short and sweet, and varied. It begins in a spruce, fir, mixed conifer forest and leads to a few locations along the coast.
In doing a walking meditation of sorts, I quietly focus on the land, giving the forest my full attention. I notice things. I am often surprised at what I find.
This video sequence shows a series of photos made with my iPhone. It's simple to carry, and the photos are large and detailed. If need be, I return later with my Nikon gear.
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