The Adirondack Mountains are blessed with a plethora of lakes, ponds, and rivers, and with these bodies of water typically come islands of all shapes and sizes. While some are big enough to house sprawling estates, others barely possess enough solid ground to house a single tree. On an exceptionally foggy, late autumn morning, these two tiny islets out in the middle of a lake caught my eye as they tried to break through the fog. I used a telephoto lens to zoom in tight on the islands as they floated in the dense fog and reflected in the placid water.
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