Fall 2021 Cover

Rejuvenation was chosen as the cover of Local ADK magazine. Local ADK can be found throughout the Adirondacks or digitally. Local ADK also has a $25 annual subscription, mailed 4 times a year.

Wilderness travel can be one of the most challenging and humbling activities imaginable. With the right skills and attitude, however, there’s nothing more rewarding and rejuvenating than disconnecting from the modern world and fully immersing yourself in the wilds. Prints Available.

Photo of the Week

Fog and foliage is one of the most mesmerizing combinations for photography. As the fog mingled with the precipitous mountains on this autumn morning, I was fortunate to have a flock of geese fly through the mist just as I pressed the shutter, adding a special sense of scale and drama to the already mystical scene. Prints Available.

2022 Calendar

2022 wall calendars are now available for purchase! This year’s calendar features wilderness images from the Adirondack Mountains, Canadian Rockies, Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland), Acadia National Park (Maine), Badlands National Park (South Dakota), and Washington (Olympic and Mount Rainier National Parks). Similar to the past two years, the image for each month and calendar grid are both 11″ x 8.5″. All major US holidays and events are included in the calendar, and moon phases have been added to this year’s as well. 

These calendars make a perfect addition to the home or office, and will inspire you throughout the year. The price is the same as last year, $18, and can be purchased via Venmo (@Joseph-Priola), PayPal (jpriola1@gmail.com), or by cash/check. Shipping is $2 total if ordering 1 or 2 calendars, and 3 or more calendars will have a total shipping charge of $5. If purchasing a calendar via Venmo or PayPal, please include your shipping address in the request, or contact me via the “Contact” tab at the top of this page, or message me on Instagram (@PriolaPhotography). Thank you, and here’s to 2022 being our best year yet!

Photo of the Week

A dramatic autumn sunrise from Utah’s Coyote Gulch, the morning after a thunderstorm turned the trickling October creek into a silty torrent. Since there was no spring near our campsite, my friend and I were forced to drink this “chocolate milk” for the duration of our backpacking trip in Coyote Gulch – not quite as tasty as the real thing! Prints Available.