Exploring the brooks and streams of the Adirondacks and Southern New England
Thanks Alan. It was fun to look at all my pictures from the summer and arrange them to the music
very nice indeed
Well done Mark.
Thanks Howard. I thought it was a unique way to put some pictures from the summer together.
Mark, enjoyed the video a lot,great way to remember your adventures. Nice touch with the music. It sure looks like a very wild area. Thank You.
Brad - thanks, the Adirondacks are unique in terms of eastern mountains. Their geology is unique from the Applachians which was alluded to in one of the pictures where you can see some of the more "vulcanic" rock coming up through the bedrock which is very typical of Adirondack mountains.
Mark, you did some stunning camera work! I especially enjoyed the pictures of the water flowing over the rocks and that waterfall where the stream took almost a 90 degree turn. The Adirondacks are an awesome place and let's hope they stay that way.
RI brook trout - thanks so much! The Adirondack Park is about 6 million acres so the range in habitat is pretty vast and still pretty wild. It's hard to imagine but the source of the Hudson river wasn't discovered to be Lake Tear of the Clouds until the 1870's!
Just beautiful, Mark and Rachel. That was a joy to watch and listen to. Best, Sam
Thanks very much Sam. Glad to hear you enjoyed it. I thought it would be a more interesting way to show a bunch of pictures from the summer
Great video! I recognize some of those spots. Beautiful photos, looks like you had a great summer up there!