The Adirondack Park is by far the largest protected wilderness area in the United States, and hosts some of the most beautiful vistas. Inside of the park are 46 Adirondack High Peaks that are higher than 4,000 feet above sea level, and almost all of those provide a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers – and wilderness.
My fully interactive, panoramic photography is the next best thing to being there. The process involves taking a series of overlapping images in every direction – beginning at my feet, and taking several as I pan up overhead, in a complete circle. After taking somewhere between 60-100 photos, I use a software package to “stitch” them together using the overlaps as a guide, then another software to render out the interactive panorama to deploy it on the web.
Please select from the list of links below to view just a few of the High Peaks I’ve photographed in fully interactive panorama during my many hikes in the region, during my quest to become a 46er.