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Saturday’s weather is looking iffy with rain in the evening. If it rains we will shoot on Sunday at the same time. I know this is a holiday weekend but the Lupines are out at the Albany Pine Bush. We will take the trail near the Visitor Center/Discovery Center.
If we are lucky we may get a sunset as well.
Bring photo gear and tripod for long exposure.
Perfect for a photography hike. Slower paced with stops for photos. Located near Chester Ma. (1hour and 19 minutes from Latham) this 5 mile round trip total is an out and back. Around 500 feet vertical ascent and it is more rolling. Starts on a gravel type road.The Keystone Arch Bridges can be found by heading down, unsurprisingly, the Keystone Arch Bridges Trail in Chester (also marked as the "KAB Trail). Visitors can see the bridges via a 2.5-mile gravel trail that starts just outside of Chester (it’s technically in Middlefield, Mass.) The trail is a moderate walk that features multiple bridges along the way. There is also a waterfall.
This is a beautiful and historic area. I think the Spring will be perfect!
Limited to 8. Raindate will be May 15.
Bring camera, tripod, snacks, insect repellant.
## Under Adirondack Skies
“Under Adirondack Skies,” which features the work of Adirondack Daily Enterprise photographer Eric Adsit, will be lighting up the Tupper Arts gallery space this June! Eric’s photography shows the majesty of the Adirondacks as seen through his camera lens, and a selection of his work will be available for viewing Wednesday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit www.adsitmediaworks.com to see more of Eric’s work.
Hours: Wed-Sun, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake, NY
FREE and open to the public.
This is not a Hike. We can go as a group, or individually or on your own. For those interested in this event contact individuals who sign up re; your interest and a possible date for traveling as a group. This is posting is for informational purposes. The show does not end June 12th, however meet up template will not allow and end date of 6/26. Thanks.
A fantastic place to photograph. It is not a church ---
This is a small-town preserve, which began in 2004 by offering a single short hike (about 1.2 miles round-trip from parking area). The scenic brook and cavern at the end of the trail make the Dover Stone Church — an extraordinary cave-like natural formation — a worthwhile destination. Inside the cavern is a 30-foot waterfall cascading into a pool of water that flows through and then out of the cavern entrance.
By 2015, additional parkland was acquired; three new trails were blazed and opened to the public.
We will photograph this beautiful area so bring a tripod, ND filter and your photography gear. Pack a lunch, water and snacks and bug repellent.