Monday, December 1, 2008

Snow on the Bog,...

When visiting in Tupper Lake on Saturday we made a side trip to the Bog River Falls. In any season it's one of Mother Nature's most beautiful places. After a fresh snow it seemed especially magical!
Looking up-river from the bridge...




Turning to look the other direction from the bridge over the Bog River,... we see camps on Tupper Lake.



If you wish to go, travel south from the village of Tupper Lake via Rt 30, then a short way after a right turn onto Rt. 421. You won't be disappointed!


14 comments:

adkkeb said...

Truly a magical place any time of year... has been one of my favorites places for as long as I can remember... great shots!

Shellmo said...

Gorgeous photos - love the blues of the water and sky mixed in with the white snow!

diana said...

Oh! very beautiful! All so serene.
(When I first glanced at your title I read "snow on the blog"! :)

City Mouse said...

Oddly, I've never been to the Bog River site. I'm a fan of the DEC roadside (or, almost roadside) sites. Stunning photos! I may have to visit next time we're nearby.

Mona at Cabin and Camp said...

Oh, I love those pictures! What a beautiful area. Thanks so much for sharing your scenery! I might never have seen it otherwise.

NCmountainwoman said...

Great photographs. Everything looks so beautiful, especially the lovely sky.

Denise said...

The blues in your photo's are stunning! All are worthy of framing.

Melissa Weisbard said...

These photos are just beautiful. Breathtaking, really.

Cedar ... said...

Thank you all for your kind words,.. it's not difficult to take a good photo when the subject is as beautiful as the Bog River Falls! It's a great shot no matter what season!

Alex and Alicia said...

Wow- as everyone else has said, what magical photos! Truly stunning.

Froggi Donna said...

Thanks so much for sharing those beautiful shots....I do love that area!

montucky said...

What a beautiful place that its! Gorgeous photos!

John Tedder said...

Thanks for the awesome pictures. I was in Lake Placid and Saranac Lake this summer, but I am going to make a point to get to the Adirondacks again this winter. I live about 2 hours from Lake Placid, near Schuylerville, NY.

Carole said...

Stunning, stunning pics. I live a bit south of you and winter hasn't really "arrived" here yet, so the beautiful winter preview is nice!