Rain in Maine is not good for hiking but does provide photographic opportunities, especially when it turns to fog. Long Pond is the subject here (a bit of a misnomer since this body of water carved from glaciers is over 100 feet deep and four miles long) and has a marvelous trail running along its west side. This shot is taken from the southerly most point looking north into the fog, and is compressed a bit with the 400 mm telephoto lens bringing the base of Beech Mountain closer to the surrounding spits of land jutting into the pond. The waning color of fall is enhanced by the mist. Lovely day in Acadia.