The first morning of a photo trip to Maine a few years back was washed out with a steady rain. The good news was that the forecast called for it to clear up in the late morning. In anticipation of this weather improvement, we headed out to Jordon Pond (not sure why it is called a pond as it as big as many lakes). It was a great decision as the overcast skies began to clear up. We walked around the lake and I took this shot at the southern end of the pond showing the bubbles across the way. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Acadia, the Bubbles (north and south) are the two mountains in the distance. As you can see, they do look a bit like bubbles. Both measure less than 1,000 feet high (872 and 766 respectively) but look considerably bigger. We probably got to Acadia a week too early, as the foliage was not yet peaking. The photo does show a good start to the changing of the colors that autumn brings to New England.