This is one of the larger ponds along the Moose River, just west of Jackman, Maine. Attean Pond is almost 3,000 acres of water, with a 30.1 mile perimeter. It has an average depth of 15 feet and is 54 feet at its deepest point. More than 40 small islands dot its surface.
We were there just before sunset today. The sun was so directly in our faces it was hard to be sure what we were taking pictures of. I was delighted so many of them came out well. We will go back and try shooting earlier in the day when the sun is slightly more to the east.
It’s beautiful regardless. The water gleams under the sun’s rays. Hard to photograph, but stunning to see.