Adirondack autumn means abundant harvest and Canada geese V-ing south and warm socks. It means crisp mornings and dry air hikes and — of course — Adirondack autumn is spectacular fall foliage. And since I've been feeling slightly shortchanged this year in the fall foliage … [Read more...] about Fall Foliage Video Triptych
Adirondack fall foliage
Leaves have already started changing in the Adirondacks, paving the way for the rest of the state. But as autumn descends, colors of the fall foliage season will be delayed and less vibrant in much of the state, experts predict. New York has had wet and warm weather leading … [Read more...] about Muted Fall Foliage Predicted Statewide — But Adirondacks May Be Spared (THE SUN)
Over the summer, Essex on Lake Champlain focused several articles on highlighting artists creating and working in our community. This coming Columbus Day Weekend, October 10th, 11th and 12th you have the opportunity to step inside the studio of Kevin Raines or outside for Edward … [Read more...] about Pop-Up Art Studio Tour—October 10, 11, & 12, 2014
On August 19 – just over a month ago – I drafted this blog post. The title was "Autumn Leaves in August". I wrote: It scarcely seems possible that autumn leaves are already beginning to emerge on Adirondack Coast hardwoods. I noticed this afternoon a maple tree along the Essex … [Read more...] about Autumn Leaves: Fast Forward the Lyrics
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGk5Tuf8WCs For many, Adirondack autumn is all about peak foliage. It's the Holy Grail for leaf peepers, the cha-ching shot for photographers and videographers. Empowered by ever more ubiquitous social media, city friends pop in daily to ask, … [Read more...] about Peak Foliage?