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Adirondack Native Photography

Bringing the Outdoors In
Geer Road Kingsbury, NY 12839 |
Sunset over the Sacandaga "Sacandaga Sunset"
Bird looking off in the distance perched on a branch "Cedar Waxwing"
sunset over the Lake as seen from Sleeping Beauty mountain "Sleeping Beauty Sunset"
View of Lake George from Sleeping Beauty Mountain "Ledge View"
Sunrise behind pillars on Old Orchard Beach, Maine "Sunrise Silhouetted Pillars"
a Spikehorn at Saranac Lake "Spikehorn in Velvet"
Sunset behind trees at Cadillac Mtn., Acadia National Park, Maine "Evergreen Sunset"
Sunsetting over raquette Lake "Raquette Lake Sunset"
Monarch sitting on a flower in Stony Creek "Monarch on Goldenrod"
Snail on leaves and pine needles "Adirondack Woodland Snail"
ANP symbol with feathers at the bottom Charles Henry Eldridge is a skilled outdoor photographer and Adirondack Native. See his website to learn more!


Discover images captured through the eyes and lens of outdoor photographer and Adirondack native, Charles Henry Eldridge.

Experience the Adirondacks Through the Lens of a Native

Born and raised in Northern New York's beautiful Adirondack region, Charles' love for the natural world grew with each passing year. Through hiking, fishing, hunting and camping adventures, along with hearing stories from his elders, he gained a respect and a deeply rooted devotion to preserve and protect his beloved homeland. Through his photography and writing, his hopes are to change the hearts and minds of those that seek to threaten the fragile balance between wild spaces and development here in the Adirondacks. Greed and a lack of sound environmental practices, will be the undoing of this pristine habitat, that millions enjoy every year, unless "we the people" stand up to those who are blinded by greed.

Charles is also the found/editor/writer/photographer at The Adirondacker, and founder/admin of the Facebook group Adirondack Low Peaks and Lands.

Visit his website to learn more!

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