I had a fun family vacation in the Adirondacks this summer, and of course, I brought a camera along. I spent a few days at Tupper Lake relaxing and fishing and also trying to capture images of the natural surroundings. I brought a D300 and several lenses in my new DryZone 200 waterproof backpack, and the backpack works, because I took a spill into the water twice, and all of my gear remained dry and intact.
Here's a few shots from Tupper Lake New York...
A swampy bay on the east side of Tupper Lake
Bog River flowing into the south end of the lake
The weather was often sunny, warm and breezy
There was wildlife everywhere
A pretty little Cedar Waxwing
A freshly emerged dragonfly preparing for its first flight
This dragonfly fly didn't fare very well
Apparently there was enough to share
Numerous varieties of wildflowers were in full bloom
Raindrops on purple wild flowers
It was amazing how green and lush all of the foliage was
Bright puffy clouds
It's about to rain
Bog River waterfall flowing into Tupper Lake
Sunset - (some pretty clouds would have been appreciated)
Bog River flowing into Tupper Lake, well after sunset
It was a good trip!