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Select Internet website links to natural images in the Adirondacks. Mountains, rivers, landscapes, trees and flowers. Good amateur to professional quality. Decide before you click with these high quality Text & Graphic links. The text which accompanies the graphic links ("in italics between quotes"), as well as the graphics themselves, are taken without change from the linked websites. [Fourpeaks connecting words & comments are in brackets.] CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Martin Schwalbaum at 4peaks.com Frank Houck at www.fwhphotographer.com Glenn Emerson at home.rochester.rr.com/adk/ Greg Smith at www.adirondack-park.net Carl Heilman at carlheilman.com John Gates at www.adirondackprints.com More (Select) Link Pages!
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Adirondack Nature Photographs
Our Changing Seasons.
[Twelve galleries, each displaying images in series at a single location (distant, closeup amd medium views).] Trees, flowers and other individuals. The passing moods of the natural community in the timeline of new life, reseeding and decay. Images that give you the feel of the High Peaks and the information you need to find it on your own.
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Frank Houck specializes in landscape photography and has developed an affinity for the rugged Adirondack Mountain wilderness, using a 4x5 Wista Field camera for all of his work. His photographs have appeared in a wide variety of publications including Country, New York, Sierra, Adirondack Life and Outside, as well as many national magazine covers. Eastman-Kodak/Disney World has also selected his photographs to be included in the center. His prints hang in many private collections and are available from the artist himself.
Glenn Emerson "I enjoy the solitude and beauty of wild places. My love of backpacking started with a desire for adventure. I quickly discovered that the time I spend in the wilderness restores my spirit like no other form of recreation. My favorite destinations are those which are remote and seldom visited by other people, including other hikers. There is no television, no radio, no cell phone, no traffic, no bustling crowd."
Greg Smith "The High Peaks region is currently suffering from incredible overuse and litter. A reason for this is that many hikers travel to the region only to climb one of the 46 HighPeaks. [The fad started in 1925.] As of last October, there were 3,824 46'ers, and the list is growing constantly. [A 70-year old, a 6-year old and 9 women have made it.] There are also two dogs that are recognized as 46'ers."[CLICK HERE for a summary and links to the full text of the April 1, 2000 HIGH PEAKS UNIT MANAGEMENT PLAN (New York State DEC). More pages of Greg Smith comments, news and trail stories.]
"Carl Heilman II is an award winning nature
photographer who specializes in 360 panoramas and unique views of the Adirondacks. He
enjoys working with digital imaging techniques to produce vibrant Fine Art Prints and
posters. His book, 'Adirondacks: Views of An American Wilderness' was published in
1999 by Rizzoli and he's currently working on 2 books on NY State. Check his website for
the free wallpaper and screensaver images, and for
updates on his Photoshop and
Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all. Are you in this picture? CLICK HERE to find out! [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]
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