Cadillac Mountain is the highest point on the eastern seaboard and as such is one of the first places to view sunrise. This means an earlier start to the day than usual, even earlier in the middle of the summer. The image above was made last weekend on my third visit to Cadillac mountain. The first time I barely knew how to turn my camera on. By my second visit I knew how to turn the camera on but didn’t know where to point it – I was however in great company. The intro to this Joe McNally video was shot at the Moose Peterson DLWS workshop I attended on the day we visited Cadillac Mountain. On my third visit to Cadillac Mountain I had learned more or less where to point the camera and I was again in great company. This time with John Paul Caponigro‘s Maine Islands workshop, a challenging but fun few days. More about that soon.