The Adirondacks are blessed with spectacular and stupendous boulders that were left behind by glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age, some 10,000–12,000 years ago. Geologists call them glacial erratics.
By John Haywood It had been a while since I’ve been able to get out with my camera and I was jumping at the opportunity. Despite a questionable forecast, I booked a room at The Golden Arrow in Lake Placid in hopes of capturing both a sunset and a sunrise during my trip. I arrived … Continue reading Getting the Shot: MacIntyre Range Sunset
Congratulations to Brian Price! He is this week's winner of The Adirondacker's Facebook Cover Photo Contest, "All Things Adirondack". © Brian Price "Misty Magical Morning on Lake George" 10/17 Brian writes: "Shot was taken this past weekend on Lake George. I came to photograph the docks on Beach Rd, hoping for some good mist on the … Continue reading This Week’s Facebook Cover Photo Winner!
Take a tour with Corrina Parnapy, through the Adirondack Winter World of Bats! https://theadirondacker.com/adk-environment/the-winter-world-of-bats/