09/30/13 Lake Placid Foliage

Posted: October 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

I spent three days up at Lake Placid to shoot the Fall colors with friend and photographer, Marco Crupi from Nada Mas Photography. The weather was just perfect and the foliage was at peak. We were on the go early and late with little sleep in between. The night shots will follow in my next post.

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Comments
  1. Ken Curtis says:

    The Adirondacks are beautiful in Fall and you captured that beauty, Ray.

  2. marion costa says:

    God’s Country. For me, the Adirondack High Peaks in the Lake Placid area will forever hold a very special place in my heart. Thank you for bringing them back to me as I can no longer hike/climb the elevations there. I am so glad you caught the foliage at peak color, not always easy as their cold weather and snowflakes settle in quickly after Labor Day. They have a long winter, but not necessarily a heavy white winter. Mirror Lake is frozen so thick, each winter, it’s unbelievable and always super cold after sundown. Locals must cut wood in August and store it, to supplement heating systems. Frozen pipes are a daily reality there. Snowstorms can come as late as Memorial Day as happened this past spring when Whiteface Mt. measured over 34″ of snow. A group from this area (Middletown NJ) were hiking the High Peaks and had to cancel their plans to finish their climb/camp and returned back to NJ because of the late spring snowstorm.

  3. Sharon and Glenn says:

    Superb photography, Ray, your first photo is as good as it gets.

  4. Beautiful work as usual Ray!

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