Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park


Encircled by the sea, fortified by granite cliffs, softened by meadows and marshes, Acadia National Park is one of the smallest and most-visited national parks in the United States.   35,000 acres of forests and rugged shoreline are linked by trails and carriage paths echoing stories of Native Americans, European immigrants, conservationists, and aristocrats.

Acadia is rife with plants and wildlife.  Hundreds of bird species inhabit the island.  Pristine tide pools dot the coastline, inhabited by tiny worlds of ocean creatures.  Wildlife hides securely among evergreens and deciduous trees.  Nature is abundant and rich with sound and motion.  Photography by Alan Nyiri and Pat O’Hara, beautiful cinematography, and the music of Jackson Berkey, keyboard artist for Mannheim Steamroller, paint an exquisite, intimate portrait of this northeast corner of Maine.

 

 

“…Crystalline videography… The vistas and panoramas are spectacular…”
Audio/Video Interiors Magazine

“Anyone who loves nature and breathtaking photography is certain to appreciate this…”
Billboard Magazine