Monday, November 06, 2006

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Photo Credit: Mark Burstein
As soon as the cold hits the Adirondacks, the sunny days on the lake are gone. It becomes a different world, quiet and cold, remote, solitary. The summer days, like this one, are energetic and warm, full of possibility. The world outside is inviting and sometimes it seems dreamlike. The winter season has such moments, too, but fewer of them. The quality of air and light is different once the snow comes. This is a perfect view on a perfect day in the Adirondacks.

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