Psyched at my first black bear spotting, I turned from Old Rag up the Robertson Mountain Trail. This is a steep, constant climb, with 1,700 vertical feet in the last 1.5 miles to the summit.
There was a reason Jack Conte is wearing knee pads. If they’re coming to your town, you should go!
Shots are mainly with a new excellent little lens I got for my Fuji X-A1 – the Voigtlander Heliar 15mm f/4.5.
Had a chance the other day to swing by 30th Street Station at sunset.
Took some time today to fire off a couple shots of a sweet BMW 750Li for sale by CC Classic Cars.
One of the best views we never saw in our initial round of Adirondack 46 was Big Slide Mountain.
We had accomplished a goal set 5 years prior, through adversity and joy, in a simply perfect day for hiking in these beautiful Adirondack mountains.
Our penultimate peak would be 4,120-foot Seymour Mountain, the last in the Seward Range.
After two long days of hiking, we enjoyed having a day for a relaxing hike with friends & family.
With two of three difficult hikes behind us, the last long day in our quest was Mount Donaldson, Mount Emmons, and Seward Mountain.
One of the things my quest for becoming a 46er has changed in me is redefining possible, and these three mountains are proof of it.
“What type of mountain is Allen?” “Oh, just like any other mountain, only more so.”
More experimentation with camera settings and lenses with my Fuji X-A1 at Longwood Gardens.
It really is amazing living so close to such a resource – what better than to test some lenses?