Adirondack Mountains - New York State
Photos by Steve King
Evening campsite on Forked Lake.
Dawn at the campsite on Little Tupper Lake. Every morning,
this small island was surrounded by mist.
Sunset from the same spot…
Paddling on Bear Mountain Swamp,
from Cranberry Lake in the Western Adirondacks.
Sometimes the only way to get from one pond to another is by way
of the smallest rills. Rough on the boat bottoms, but great for
the scenery and a sense of isolation.
Good Sunday again, Poets. I don't know about you, but time really seems to be passing fast. It seems like only yesterday we were sharing poems here in the Pantry. Perhaps it is the season of the year that makes time most a little faster (at least for me). For the past few days we had a tremendous snow melt, and when it is sunny and I can again see the grass (not really green) and the days are getting longer again I have more a sense of hope. Spring will come once more! Smiles.
Today I am sharing some of Steve King's photos of the Adirondack Mountain area in Upstate New York. These photos give me a feeling of serenity. I will continue with more Adirondack photos NEXT week. Thanks, Steve, for getting our Pantry off to a beautiful start.
If you haven't seen Rosemary's article written for The Living Dead this past week, please do scroll back. She featured the poem "The Comforter" by Dimitris Tsaioumas, an Australian-Greek poet! The article & poem are well worth your time to read.
This week Sherry will be featuring another Blog of the Week. This time the blog of Magaly Guerrero will be featured. If you enjoy Magaly's poetry here, we hope you will come back Monday and read more!
Wednesday Susan's prompt for Midweek Motif will be Martyrdom/Witness. Now that you have a 'heads up' we hope you get a head start writing a poem to share with us then.
Now let's share poetry. Link your poem using Mr. Linky below. Then say hello in comments. Then enjoy visiting the poems that others share throughout today and up until noon (Central Time - USA) tomorrow. See you all out on the trail!