Over the July 4th weekend I went to Acadia, ME for some rock climbing, biking, hiking and camping with friends. I’ve found relocating to the wilderness and breaking routine is the easiest way to reset the brain. Instead of e-mails, editing pictures, client meetings and preparing for photo shoots, I let the outdoors reignite my inspiration for photography and my love for life.

Camp.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Me posing halfway through our ride on Rt. 3.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

 

 

What’s Maine without munching on the red cockroach?
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Scott.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Beehive Mountain.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Shamil.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Otter Cliffs
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Kristie and Rachel.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Kristie.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

My best friends.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

View from the top of Cadillac Mountain after biking to the peak.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Stories.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography

Heading Home.
july 4th in acadia, Ben Gebo Photography