Photo of the Week

Beauty surrounds us, if we just take the time to look for it (and appreciate it). I was reminded of this recently on an exceptionally chilly late-fall morning as I was rushing out the door to head to work. En route to my car I passed by a collection of freshly fallen leaves on the sidewalk that were ringed with morning frost. “Work can wait,” I thought to myself, and ran back inside to grab my camera and snap the photo seen here. No matter where you live or how busy you are, try as best you can to take even just a single moment each day to seek out and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you. Prints Available.

Photo of the Week

I’ve always been fascinated by loons. With their unmistakable call and feather pattern and haunting red eyes, they no doubt are an icon of the Adirondack wilderness. While out for an early autumn paddle, we watched two loons repeatedly dive and rise as they often do, when we noticed that one of them seemed to have something in its mouth. Assuming it was just a stick or weeds, I almost didn’t even bother lifting my camera. Thank goodness I did, though, because what I saw through the viewfinder was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen in the wild. The loon had caught a small catfish , and I was absolutely thrilled to be able to get this shot before the fish became lunch. Do you notice the white around the loons mouth? That’s the beginning stages of the loon molting to its winter feathers. Prints Available.

Almost Gone!

Our 2023 calendar is selling quickly! Only a handful are left, so if you’d like one please reach out! The price is the same as last year, $18, and can be purchased via Venmo , PayPal, 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. Thank you, and here’s to 2023 being our best year yet!