The Mother Bunch
Lake George, NY (from film).
A bit above the start of the Narrows, and on the East side of Lake George, I braved the black flies and mosquitos to gain the summit of Black Mountain. Towards the end of May, the summer haze patterns are already evident, although the high peaks of the Dix and Giant ranges are still visible in the far distance this early in the morning. Looking out over this big land mass, there's not much civilization to be seen below, partly because the East side is much sparser and also because it is so far up the lake. But ironically there is a weather station with a wind turbine directly behind me, blades turning at a lazy pace but nonetheless preventing more of an isolated experience up here. A group of islands called the Mother Bunch adorn the lake below.
Nikon F5, Nikkor 28-70 f/2.8 lens, 1/5 sec @ f/16, Velvia 50.