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Through my lens: The Adirondack Mountains

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My favorite time of year is upon us... The brisk air, the smell of autumn, and the changing colors make a perfect combination for photography.  There is no better time to travel up to the mountains and capture these few short months of mother nature's greatest change.  Here are a few images from one of America's most wild places, The Adirondack Mountains.

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This old barn still stands in a field below the high peaks of the Keene Valley at first light

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Cascade Falls in all it's beauty just outside of Lake Placid

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The last sliver of daylight coats the mountains towering over the Olympic town of Lake Placid

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Birch trees line the mountain side throughout the region giving great texture to this colorful landscape

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Sunrise light illuminates the clouds hovering around the high peaks

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Half way up Giant Mountain gives you this view to keep you going

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The sky jumps from the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid still stand tall over the landscape

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A small section of a 200 foot plus waterfall surrounded by the many colors of nature

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We hiked in the pitch black 3000 feet up to catch this amazing landscape at first light atop Mt Jo

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