Thunder Hole was booming on Tuesday, September 6th as Maine was feeling the effects of extra-Tropical Storm Hermine. There were high surf advisories and rangers in Acadia National Park closed the area so visitors wouldn't climb down.

That didn't stop people from climbing on the rocks and some got splashed as the surf from Thunder Hole went up at least 20 feet high. You can also see the sand from the bottom of the ocean from the rip tide in the photos.