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Bog River Falls Autumn Colors

Posted by Bruce Dana,
North Country explorer from Morristown
September 27, 2014

It was a beautiful Fall day in the Adirondacks. By late September many areas are approaching peak color.My son Matt and I were doing some trout fishing at Bog River Falls in southern St Lawrence county on rt 421 off st rt 30 south between Tupper Lake and Long Lake.I can't remember catching many fish .Most times it is rewarding just being out in the peaceful setting of fresh breezes caressing your skin and singing in the branches of the trees.We were enjoying a picnic dinner we had brought from town.I noticed the light in the sky was fading but the colors of the changing leaves were still vivid and the water of the falls looked like creamy buttermilk cascading over the rocks.The scene begged for me to capture its timeless beauty. That is the story of how we got this Natural landscape scene I call "Where Peaceful Waters Flow".

Comments

Cailand Sweeting

This is a beautiful shot, Bruce! I love the approaching Fall foliage.

Posted: 08/05/2016 - 10:10

Erika Barthelmess

Bruce - I love how you've captured the water! Thanks for sharing!

erika

Posted: 08/05/2016 - 10:16