This series of photographs was from our vacation to Mt. Desert Island in Maine in June. This triangular rock sitting on the seawall caught my attention. I liked the soft, curved angles created by time and the sea. These photos are from slightly different angles taken during the rapidly changing light of nightfall. It’s interesting to watch how the color of the stone changes from warm pink to shadow and then the last rays of light in the water fall brightly on a lobster buoy puling the eye from the stone out to the sea. Check out the other interpretations of From Every Angle.