Acadia National Park, Maine
Known in geological terms as “joints” these cracks in the rock are the result of prehistoric volcanic activity fracturing the bedrock. Time and erosion have carved these cracks deeply into the rock providing a tenuous home for various plant life. What little soil that is able to withstand the frequent, regular runoff of water, accumulates in these cracks providing a foothold for wild blueberry plants. Ever-present lichens, which thrive on the damp coastal environment, provide a multicolor blanket covering the pink granite rocks, contributing to the multitude of stunning colors that are an integral characteristic of Acadia’s enduring appeal.
Split Rock I
Beartown Road Design print-images are printed in-house on a Canon Pixma Pro-10 printer. Prints are currently available in three paper sizes – 5 7/8” x 8 1/2” , 8 1/2” x 11” , and 13" x 19". Image size is slightly smaller to accommodate a small margin on all sides. (Watermark does not appear in final print.) Prints will be mounted on foam-core board, sized for either an 8 1/2" x 11" frame for the small print, 12 1/2" x 15" for the medium print, or 21" x 27" for the large print.