Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park, Maine
Jordan Pond is a well-known body of water in Acadia National Park. It's behind the Jordan Pond House, which is a well-known restaurant in Acadia. The restaurant was first established in the late 1800's, famous for establishing the tradition of having tea & popovers on the lawn while overlooking Jordan Pond and the North and South Bubble Mountains. The original bulding was destroyed by fire in 1979 and was later rebuilt with the help of private funds.
The North Bubble Mountain is on the left and, you guessed it, the South Bubble Mountain is on the right. When the air and water is calm, the pond is known for its vivid reflections and clarity. In fact, the water is so clean it's used as the water supply for a local location. On this day there was a bit of a breeze so the water looked like it had bubbles in it.
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