More Adirondacks

21Oct13

Part IV – Day Three Continued
In addition to the spots in my previous post, we visited some barns, a waterfall flume and the top of Whiteface Mountain on our third full day. On our way out of town that morning we went back to a barn we had seen the previous afternoon. Then after shooting at Connery Pond we stopped at a waterfall flume where the Ausable River rushed through steep canyon walls. Finding a good vantage point was challenging (and a little dangerous). From there we went to Jay Bridge and on the way back explored a group of abandoned barns before stopping for lunch. After eating and resting we headed up to Whiteface where we enjoyed a 50 mile visibility view. The haze in the distance proved to be a little challenging in processing the images. I hope you can get a sense of the view. Our trip was two half (travel) days and and four full days and I was feeling the impending end to our Adirondack Adventure as I snapped my last shot of the day. The next day would be our last full day before heading home.

Scroll down to see the previous post from day three.

'Morning Barn'  © Denise Bush

‘Morning Barn’ © Denise Bush

'Flume'  © Denise Bush

‘Flume’ © Denise Bush

'On The Edge'  © Denise Bush

‘On The Edge’ © Denise Bush

'Canyon Cascade'  © Denise Bush

‘Canyon Cascade’ © Denise Bush

'Wilmington Barns'  © Denise Bush

‘Wilmington Barns’ © Denise Bush

'Barn With Red Vines'  © Denise Bush

‘Barn With Red Vines’ © Denise Bush

'Vermont Horizon'  © Denise Bush

‘Vermont Horizon’ © Denise Bush

'Adirondack Tapestry'  © Denise Bush

‘Adirondack Tapestry’ © Denise Bush

'Whiteface View'  © Denise Bush

‘Whiteface View’ © Denise Bush

'Reflections Of Fall'  © Denise Bush

‘Last Shot Of The Day’ © Denise Bush



8 Responses to “More Adirondacks”

  1. 1 Kathleen

    Beautiful Fall images and I love the last shot of the day!! Thanks for sharing “More Adirondacks”!!!
    Kathleen

  2. I enjoyed reliving the experience through your photographs, Denise. Your shots from atop Whiteface turned out well, despite the haze. Well done and thanks for posting.

    • Thanks Ken. I am too close to these to tell if they turned out well or not. I have to let them sit for a while and come back to look with fresh eyes.

  3. 5 Deb

    Love the “Flume” and “Whiteface view”!!!! Another excellent series Denise.

  4. 7 Scot O'Donnell

    Beautiful shots Denise, I really enjoyed looking at them.

    • Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment so I know you were here. If you click on the Denise Bush’s Photo Blog at the very top that takes you to home and you can scroll down through the other posts from the trip.


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