My Trip to Maine | Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Lighthouses + more


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00:00 Intro
00:30 Acadia National Park
03:28 Bar Harbor
04:46 DJI Air 3
06:21 More Bar Harbor
06:47 Camden, Old Orchard Beach, Ogunquit
07:34 Lighthouses
08:30 My Thoughts on Maine
09:36 omg
09:46 The End

Date: August 24, 2023

30 thoughts on “My Trip to Maine | Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Lighthouses + more

  1. Oh. My. Goodness. First of all, as a lighthouse lover, this video is already epic. I have several books and mini-replicas of lighthouses..including Cape Neddick and Portland Head. But the rest of your footage is no less breathtaking. Seriously incredible. Those opening scenes of the fog below , with the lights from the boats gently piercing the grayness, gave a spooky and stunning vibe. Major chills there. That cliff hike at Acadia might be a little much for me, yikes. Congrats on doing that btw! But there's more than enough to fill the itinerary. This stirred my soul and stole my heart…all in 10 minutes. So yeah, safe to say Maine makes the list. Thanks so much Allison

  2. I hiked up to Cadillac mountain and it kinda depends where you go up, but I found my ascent moderately difficult, in the beginning very easy and then just going up and up. I decided to do a little roundtrip hike where I basically climbed down some crazy rocks, then hiked through some rocky forest paths, then back up some rock scrambles, which was a bit crazy but it felt really great when I was done 🙂 I didn't do the beehive trail cause my legs were so sore from Cadillac mountain 😀 so instead I hiked up Mt Battie, glad you went up as well! Been there a few times but you just made me wanna go back again 🙂 awesome video, beautifully shot! <3

  3. I advise you, you should must visit Jammu and Kashmir because Jammu and Kashmir is called the 'Paradise on Earth' because: It has amazing landscape and scenic beauty. It has beautiful snow covered mountains, green valleys and natural lakes. Countless gardens with terraced lawns, cascading fountains and flowerbeds with rare flowers can be found in Jammu and Kashmir.

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