A collection of photos made during our July 2009 trip to the Adirondacks of New York, which at around six million acres, is the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States.
About the AuthorHarvey A. Duze
hduzeph Germantown, Maryland
Over 40 years of professional and creative photographic and graphic design/desktop publishing experience, including handling a wide range of corporate and editorial location and studio photographic assignments, graphics to illustrate presentations and both print and Web-based publications, logos and corporate identities and the creation of both speaker-support and self-running "kiosk" PowerPoint presentations, and Web-based HTML and Flash slideshows.
While the majority of my work has been done in the Northeast, U.S., I've also traveled to other parts of the U.S. and Canada, as well as overseas to Ireland and Italy. In recent years, urban and rural landscapes, nature and people have been my favorite photographic subjects.
Publish Date November 24, 2009