I was fortunate to have the opportunity to get a few days to spend up in the Adirondacks with some other photographers that were also on the quest for some beautiful Fall colors. We were not disappointed. Our days were full, waking before dawn and waiting on dinner until after the last light of day disappeared. We used Long Lake as our Home Base, but wandered from Little Tupper Lake to Lake Abanakee, to the Headwaters of the Hudson and Buttermilk Falls ADK. (turns out there are three Buttermilk Falls’ in New York). We were met with cold mornings with lots of fog, which emerged into sunny skies. The trees were full of yellow, red and orange hues, and the reflections were breathtaking. here are just a few pictures to commemorate the trip.
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- Senior Animals/Celebrating the Journey
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Working as a pet photographer as well as volunteering in a rescue, I have been blessed with getting to know a number of senior dogs. While I lost my Midnight at a young age, I was very fortunate to have Shamus with me for many years. Shamus was my clown, but boy did he know how to live! His wisdom grew as the years pressed on. I learned that each day spent with my senior dog was a lesson on the importance of living in the present, cherishing our bond and embracing our everlasting friendship.