I spent the holidays up in the Adirondacks. Where I was staying there was a ton of snow on the ground despite the unseasonable warmth and tons of rain that occurred the first few days I was there. When the sun finally came out, we headed down to Lake George (all of 20 minutes away) where I discovered that, other than the piles in the parking lots from plowing, there was no snow anywhere. It was weird. The days in winter end around 4pm in the mountains as the sun has lowered past them by then, so you have to rush to get in daylight shots, especially if you start later in the day to go and shoot things. We had a really great day for weather and clouds while in Lake George and drove around the southern tip of the lake, staying out of most of the tourist areas and heading over to the YMCA camp. Here are a few of the images I got with the new camera.
Next week: Pack Forest and a hike over a lot of ice.