I love to photograph in the early morning to capture the light just before and after sunrise. This image of the West Canada Creek in the southwestern Adirondacks was created on a very cold morning in March. Although the West Canada Creek crosses some of the most remote sections of the Adirondacks, this photo was created in an area where the creek parellels Route 8. For a real treat, plan some hiking in the West Canada Lakes wilderness area.
For the Shutterbugs:
"Misty Sunrise on the West Canada Creek" was created with my Nikon F4 camera, and 28 - 70 mm lens (set at 28 mm), Bogen 3021 tripod: f22 for 2s. Film - Kodak Ektachrome 64X, ISO 64. No filters.