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Cadillac Summit
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At just over 1500 feet, Cadillac is the highest of many mountains on Mount Desert Island.  Its summit is a very popular spot for vistiors to Acadia National Park because you can drive a car there.  Like most old geezers, that's what I did this time.  I took this picture on the steep northeast side of the mountain, about 100 feet below the summit.  The view of the shore extends from Bar Harbor at the left to Northeast Harbor at the right.  The interesting fog effects change constantly.

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Uploaded: 22/08/2012
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Tags: mountain; sea; maine coast; acadia park; cadillac mountain
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