The leaves are mostly on the ground, and ice is starting to form in the streams and along the edges of the lakes on some of the cold frosty mornings we're having. It's a great time to photograph the first ice of the season, as well as catch up on projects. The garden is put away for the winter, this year's firewood is stacked, and I'm thinking ahead to seasonal events, as well as next year's photography workshops.
Friday Nov. 25, I'll be on hand at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, to offer an introduction and take questions after a 1 PM presentation of 'The Wild Adirondacks'. Following the show, I'll be signing copies of my books in the store. They will have on hand my latest photography field guide, and 'Contemporary Landscape Photography', as well as copies of 'The Adirondacks', which has just been reprinted.
Another event I'm participating in this winter is the Adirondack Photography Invitational exhibition at the View in Old Forge. The show will be on display from Dec. 2 to Mar. 3 - with an artist's reception on Friday evening Dec. 2 from 5 - 7 PM at the opening of the show. The show will include photography by Nathan Farb, Nancie Battalgia, Mark Bowie, and myself, as well as work from additional regional photographers.