Honesty through perspective

Jordan Pond
Acadia National Park

Hasselblad 500C + Zeiss 80mm f/2.8 lens
Ilford PanF+ 50 black and white film

My project associated with my residency at Acadia National Park has nothing to do with landscape photography, but it would be impossible to spend time there without making a few.  Jordan Pond has to be one of the most visited “undeveloped” ponds in Maine- probably in the United States.  It’s super easy to get to; consequently, it’s been photographed from every angle using all of today's popular techniques you see online.  Still, after taking time looking at these other images made at the pond, I decided that I might be able to provide my own viewpoint.  My attempt here is to bring honesty through normal perspective, black and white film, and my all mechanical camera from 1970.   I didn’t want to idealize the waterbody, but instead share what it truly feels like on that shoreline.  Anyway, this is how I see it, and I don’t think I’m too far off.  Welcome to Maine and Acadia National Park!