Autumn in the Adirondacks is a bittersweet time. Waterfowl gather together to tank up on fuel before the arduous journey south. Seasonal songbirds have followed insects to warmer climes. Mornings are chilly, even cold, and skim ice forms overnight on stillwaters. Winter's on the way. But there's a flip side. Deciduous trees are brilliantly colored, painting the landscape in gold, red, and orange. The crisp air smells sweet, and warm days without the nuisance of biting flies encourage us to explore woods and waters. Enjoy a ramble through our ever-growing collection of photos of this splendid season.
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