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As many as 1, 100 plant species are found in Acadia National Park in Maine, USA – including 400 indigenous plant species.
Each year during fall season one can see the spectacular display of colours by different plant species.
Following the 1947 fire, a new forest filled with birch, maple and aspen has sprung amid the surviving evergreens. This eventually has led to an increase in the intensity of fall foliage and diversity of Acadia’s woodlands.
This photograph was taken, during the peak of fall 2017, from a chartered plane.
Join me @shravanregretiyer and experience the East coast like never before.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

 

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This is the bird’s eye view of Acadia National Park, untouched landscapes located in the state of Maine in the USA.
The national park, which spreads across 47, 000-acre in the Atlantic coast and reserves much of Mount Desert Island and associated smaller islands along the coast. Each year more than 3.3 million nature explorers’ visit this national park that offers a magnificent landscape filled with woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks of Cadillac Mountain.
There is no better season than Fall to experience this natural wonder in all its splendor (Fall Foliage). This photograph was taken from a charted plane.
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A tiny island paradise in the middle of nowhere? Who doesn’t want to be there?
There are about 19 islands around Acadia National Park in Maine. However only five of them (Mount Desert Island, Isle summer Haut, Bar island, Baker island and little Cranberry island) have public access.
Most of the islands are nesting ground for birds and can only be observed by boat or from air.
I had an opportunity to photograph this natural wonder from a chartered plane.
Join me @shravanregretiyer and experience the East coast like never before.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

 

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A scene from Disney’s Moana? Truly a wonderful world!
There are about 19 islands around Acadia National Park in Maine. However only five of them (Mount Desert Island, Isle summer Haut, Bar island, Baker island and little Cranberry island) have public access.
Most of the islands are nesting ground for birds and can only be observed by boat or from air.
I had an opportunity to photograph this natural wonder in the peak of fall foliage from a chartered plane.
Join me @shravanregretiyer and experience the East coast like never before.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

 

 

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This is the bird’s eye view of Acadia National Park, one of untouched landscapes located in the state of Maine in the USA. The national park, which spreads across 47, 000-acre in the Atlantic coast and reserves much of Mount Desert Island and associated smaller islands along the coast. Each year more than 3.3 million nature explorers’ visit this national park that offers a magnificent landscape filled with woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks of Cadillac Mountain.
There is no better season than Fall to experience this natural wonder in all its splendor (Fall Foliage). This photograph was taken from a charted plane.
In the following weeks, we will be exploring this natural wonder up-close and hiking through the Cadillac Mountains, sand beach and more.
Join me @shravanregretiyer and experience the East coast like never before.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

This is America

 

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Regret Iyer Productions proudly invites you to its most ambitious project yet. An epic adventure in the wilds of America!
Through Shravan Regret Iyer’s eyes and eloquence this project takes you on a visual journey from exploring underground network of caves that can only be accessed by boat, to a journey on the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway. It is a journey of more than 10,000 miles (explored over a period of last one-and-a-half-years and still ongoing as part of 3lenses series) from flying over the borders of Canada on a charter jet for fall foliage to the far southern portion of the East coast where fairy tale creatures dwell.
Experience the stories of people and their rich culture and traditions, and a closer look at the species and places.
Experience the East coast like never before, starting this December.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

Natural Quest

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The natural world is full of extraordinary animals with amazing life histories. Yet, certain stories are more intriguing and heartbreaking than most. The mysteries of a frog’s life cycle, or the strange biology of the firefly. Some of these creatures were surrounded with myths for very long time and some have only recently revealed their secrets. These are the animals that stand out from the crowd. The stories I find most fascinating and terrifying of all.
For print and digital copies contact regretiyerproductions@gmail.com or use the contact form below to reach out to Shravan.