Photographing the Adirondacks:

Fall in the High Peaks Region

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The Adirondack State Park is over 6 million acres in size

larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier and Great Smoky Mountain National Parks combined. Its pristine and rugged grandeur make it one of the country's greatest treasures for lovers of the outdoors. Not only is the Adirondack State Park immense, it is also diverse. Containing bogs and wetlands, boreal and hardwood forests, cascading streams and waterfalls, ponds and lakes and grand vistas from exposed mountain summits, the photographic possibilities are endless. Yet it can be a daunting task to navigate through a Park that is roughly the size of Vermont.

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From detailed driving directions and GPS coordinates to the best locations to shoot, to tips and techniques for photographing waterfalls, long exposures, the night sky and more, this book is an invaluable resource. Home to forty-six peaks that rise above 4,000 feet, autumn in the High Peaks is arguably one of the most beautiful places in the country.

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