Turning this GIF into a FIG was much easier than I thought! To make this GIF I used ezgif to reverse it. It was super quick and easy, and I even had other options to choose from for effects. To make this “FIG” I chose a video that I found on my laptop, trimmed it down, made the original gif, and then reversed it! This FIG was taken at Thunder Hole in Acadia National Park. Thunder Hole is a small inlet of carved rocks where the waves come crashing through. When the water is forced out, it almost sounds like a clap of thunder, hence the name “Thunder Hole”. If you wait for the right weather and tide, it looks like you can get some great pictures here. My roommates and I were lucky enough to come here on a sunny, clear day. It was my first time visiting Acadia National Park and seeing these high waves was pretty impressive. Acadia National Park was extremely beautiful, and I highly recommend that people visit if they are able! Overall, making this “FIG” was pretty fun, and it was interesting to make something different than the normal animated gifs we’ve been creating throughout the course.