To wrap up the latest trip up to the Adirondacks, we take a look at Garnet Lake and Hershey Pond (at least that is what I’ve been told it is called). Garnet Lake is a popular place to swim and canoe in the Adirondacks. I took a brief dip in it during the heat wave this past summer. Hershey Pond is in a more remote area – a dirt road runs alongside it. The mountains bring in some very cool looking colors and reflections in these bodies of water.
Arriving at Garnet Lake.
The shadowy road on the side of the lake.
A family is canoeing.
It’s a travelogue shot.
A very sunny day bringing out the blue of sky and water.
An old timey feeling.
The road is right on the lake.
Trying to get the colors through the shade.
Looking at Crane Mountain in between waters.
Arriving at Hershey Pond.
That’s a lot of lily pads on the water.
Fun with colors.
Look at the variety!
Mountains of colors surround a pond of colors.
So much color all over even if a lot of the trees have no more leaves.
Trees as a frame.
A less mountain filled angle.
Leaving the pond.
Next week: A brief look at the Shakespeare Garden in Central Park.