Spring Paddling Destinations in the Adirondacks

This article along with others written by me can be found at EMS As temperatures rise and the days grow longer, the bountiful lakes, ponds and rivers of the Adirondacks transform from their solid winter state of ice back to liquid blue. With most trails, especially those in the High Peaks, a muddy mess inContinue reading “Spring Paddling Destinations in the Adirondacks”

Cabin Services

While we have a deep affinity for tent camping, it’s tough to beat the shelter and coziness of a classic cabin in the woods, especially on a cold and snowy winter day. We’re constantly on the lookout for dog-friendly cabins in the Adirondacks, New England, and beyond, and we enjoy capturing the essence of aContinue reading “Cabin Services”

March Cover

I am thrilled to announce that my photo “My Fingers Hurt” is the March cover of Landscape Photography Magazine. Beautiful sunset light makes the snowy winter landscape come alive. The solitude and dramatic beauty of winter makes it my favorite time of year to explore the mountains. Adirondack Mountains, New York.

Photo of the Week

Intense sunset light illuminates the snowy mountains on a cold winter day. Light like this is incredibly fleeting, but witnessing the snowy landscape come to life while on a deserted summit makes the time and effort required to experience and photograph these special moments oh so worth it. Adirondack Mountains, New York. Prints Available.

Photo of the Week

Beautiful sunset light makes the snowy winter landscape come alive. The solitude and dramatic beauty of winter makes it my favorite time of year to explore the mountains. Adirondack Mountains, New York. Prints Available.

A Handwear System for Winter Hiking and Photography

This article along with others written by me can be found at EMS. We’ve all been there – clumsily fumbling to zip up a jacket, unwrap an energy bar, or dig out an extra layer from a backpack with gloved hands. Gloves and mittens provide essential protection from wind, snow and cold during the longContinue reading “A Handwear System for Winter Hiking and Photography”

Photo of the Week

The snowy summit of Whiteface Mountain barely pokes above the clouds at dusk. The pink glow in the sky is known as the “Belt of Venus” and is commonly seen on clear days before sunrise and after sunset. It appears 10-20 degrees above the horizon on top of the Earth’s dark blue shadow that’s foundContinue reading “Photo of the Week”