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Images from the shutdown at Acadia National Park
Date: 10/8/2013 Album ID: 1715404
Photos by Gabe Souza
People around Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park react Wednesday, October 2, 2013, to the shutdown of Acadia National Park.
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Troy Mace waters the flowers outside of his restaurant, Bar Harbor Lobster Bakes, on Route 3 in Bar Harbor Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Mace said he has lost more than 300 customers and thousands of dollars since Acadia National Park shut down Tuesday morning.
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Titus Steinberg, 5, of Herne, Germany, hops over the gate at Acadia National Park's Echo Lake in Southwest Harbor Wednesday, October 2, 2013, along with his parents Oliver, at left, and Ramona, at right. The family was one of a handful of visitors who wouldn't let the closure of Acadia National Park stop them from entering it.
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Stuart West, chief ranger of Acadia National Park, talks about the closure of the park at its headquarters Wednesday, October 2, 2013.
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Andy Cough, owner of Acadia National Park Tours, said Wednesday, October 2, 2013, that he's worried about his business in light of the closure of Acadia National Park.
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Sharon Stencel and her husband Stuart Greenbaum, of Sacramento, Calif., traveled cross-country to see Acadia National Park, only to find Wednesday, October 2, 2013, that it was closed due to the shutdown of the Federal Government.
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Tenders from a cruise ship drop off and pick up passengers in Bar Harbor Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Some locals fear that if Acadia National Park stays shut down, cruise ships will cancel their trips to the area.
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From left, Selina Mochizuki, of Greensboro, Vt., and her son Jin, 2, along with Kristy Moore, her son William, and husband Michael, of Downington, Pa., wouldn't let the closure of Acadia National Park stop them from enjoying Echo Lake Wednesday, October 2, 2013. They accessed the pond by crossing over a closed gate.
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Tim Greene, of Boston, and Claire Doherty of Glasgow, Scotland, walk on a pier in Bar Harbor Wednesday, October 2, 2013, with a Norwegian Cruise Lines vessel looming behind them. Many locals around Bar Harbor fear that if Acadia National Park stays shut down, cruise lines will cancel their trips to the area.
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People around Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park react Wednesday, October 2, 2013, to the shutdown of Acadia National Park.
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From left, Jon Ramsay, his son Jin, 2, and wife Selina Mochizuki, of Greensboro, Vt., wouldn't let the closure of Acadia National Park stop them from enjoying Echo Lake Wednesday, October 2, 2013. They accessed the pond by crossing over a barricade.
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