Tony Beaver is an award-winning nature photographer specializing in affordable fine art prints of landscapes, scenes, and vistas from the Adirondack Mountains
The Adirondack Park is very special as it is one of the few places in the country where wilderness truly means wilderness. There are a countless number of places in the Adirondack Mountains where one can walk mile after mile and never see another person or sign of civilization. The best photographs from this region suggest these very places. From the high peaks around Lake Placid to the foothills near Lake George, and from the Champlain Valley in the east to the Tug Hill region in the west, it’s possible to photograph a variety of natural images including sunsets, sunrises, the autumn season, lakes and rivers, wildlife, views and panoramas. They are there for all to see in the Adirondack Mountains, as well as close up and macro images. Images from all these categories are included in the galleries on this site. I hope you enjoy my journeys in the Adirondack Mountains nearly as much as I do.
Dusk to Dawn
– Magnificent photos of sunsets and sunrises, the moon and sky, from pre-sunset to post-sunrise. Includes images near Lake Placid, Indian Lake, the Hudson River, Newcomb and Lake Harris, Schroon Lake, Lake George, Raquette Lake, Long Lake, the High Peaks, and the Champlain Valley.
– Bright yellows, deep reds, vivid oranges – the colors of autumn produce exceptional images. Pictures from Lake Placid, Wilmington, the High Peaks, Adirondack Loj, and areas near Old Forge, Indian Lake, Speculator, Hague and Brant Lake, Speculator, and the Fulton Chain lakes.
– To and from mountain tops, across fields and lakes, these photos show nature from a distance. Photography from Schroon Lake, the High Peaks, the Champlain Valley, Wilmington, the Hudson River, Giant Mountain, Blue Mountain, Goodnow Mountain in Newcomb, the Fulton Chain lakes area, Lake Placid, Keene Valley, Bolton Landing and Lake George.
– Photos of water, big and small, moving and still, from small trickles to large lakes. Images include Buttermilk Falls in Long Lake, Lake Luzerne, Lake George, Split Rock Falls in Elizabethtown, Schroon Lake and Schroon River, Eighth Lake, as well as various small streams and creeks from the Adirondack Park.
Macro & Close Up
– Moving slowly with patience provides a new look on nature and the opportunity for unique images. These photos include flowers, small animals such as frogs, newts and bees, dew drops, and feathers, including an award-winning picture of a feather with water droplets.
– Animals and insects, big and small – ducks, deer, frogs, woodchucks, bees, snapping turtles, chipmunks, mergansers, award-winning Canada geese, snowshoe hare, and plenty of loons.
– A break from the nature scene. This gallery shows recreation in and near the Adirondack Park including fly fishing, boating, camping, and ballooning.
– Wide-angle Adirondack vistas – panoramas from Mt. Van Hoevenberg, Giant Mountain, Porter Mountain, Rocky Peak and a view from Adirondack Loj Road, all in the High Peaks area, as well as Cat and Black Mountains on Lake George.
– A gallery of photos, some of which, to a certain degree, fit into another category, and some that fit into none
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