Cadilac Mt., one of the many crown jewels of Acadia National Park, is an exceptional location for early light. Throw in the fantastic landscape consisting of pink lichen-covered granite, pines shaped by the ferocious winds, and the fiery red fall blueberry bushes you would think you have it all. It had been raining most of the morning; the storm was reported to be breaking up around sunrise. Arriving at the summit to mist and fog, I waited patiently. The sun was up for an hour when the rain had subsided, but a beautiful fog had rolled in. The light was breaking through, creating an ethereal atmosphere giving just enough contrast to the far ground pines while lighting up the berry bushes. It was the last frame I shot on a spectacular week in the park.