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Well I just got back from a photography workshop in the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate NY yesterday. It was my first time for a multi-day workshop and I have to say, it was a blast. We were up and out everyday at about 4:30 am to try to catch a sunrise, then off to several locations during the day and finishing up trying to catch a sunset. The title of the workshop was Adirondack Steams and Waterfalls Tour and was led by local nature photographer Tom Dwyer, https://www.tomdwyerphoto.com. We experienced pretty much every type of weather possible from brisk, cold windy conditions, to very hard snowfall, light rain, then sunshine and moderate temperatures. There were just three us on the trip along with Tom and we got along great. We were based out of Long Lake, NY and travelled around that immediate area as well beyond Lake Placid, NY, to Lake Abanake, to Buttermilk Falls and the Wilmington Flume. All in all it was a great trip and I wouldn't hesitate to join one of Tom's tours again in the future. We saw some amazing waterfalls with a tremendous amount of water flow, one of the most photogenic streams I have ever been able to photograph and some wonderful mountain views. The image I have attached in one of about 1500 that I captured over the course of five days of photographing the area. There will certainly be more to come as I process the photos! Hope you enjoy and don't forget to check out my website!