Huletts Landing is where porches live!
The views of Lake George are breathtaking. Even Thomas Jefferson once referred to Lake George as “the most beautiful water I ever saw.” He must have been over looking the lake from a porch like the ones below.
As one says, if you do not like the weather, just wait. So within 48 hours, it rained, it poured, it was cloudy, the wind clocked in at 50 mph, it was bitter cold. The sun peaked out for a few hours one afternoon. There were either too many chairs, or not enough chairs, chairs that needed painting, and ones without good pillows. Hanging plants that were dead. It was mid October in the Adirondacks. Carolyn composed and decomposed shots as Trudie McMaster twisted and turned chairs around and around and around again. A pillow here, a plant there.
Assignment: to shoot porches, that looked like summer, where two people would want to just sit all day and look at the view and talk. We tried to take the same porch and make it look like different porches by using different props, camera angles, and shooting at different times of the day, and under cloudy and sunny conditions.
Did they succeed?
Can you Tell me how many porches I have included?
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