These were everywhere in Mid-Coast Maine and Acadia National Park. I took this photo at the top of Cadillac Mountain, and these roses were everywhere. If you passed a group of them, you could catch a whiff of their sweet scent on the seabreeze. Even though there had been rain, rain and more rain in Maine over the last two months, these roses had pristine foliage. Those are MY kind of roses!
This lily, I believe it is a Canada Lily, was located in the Wild Gardens of Acadia. If you ever visit Acadia National Park, you must visit this lovely little garden in the park. It's right off the park loop road near one of the stops, and there is parking nearby. It's definitely worth the time. We toured it in the rain, and it was still lovely.
The reason it looks like you are looking up into this lily is because you are. It was over my head. I rounded a bend in the path, and there this golden beacon stood.