Seneca Ray Stoddard

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This past winter might have possibly been a lot worse, but it is hard indeed to imagine just how much longer and harder it could possibly have been. Read more

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There is an old adage that when we die, we will hopefully go to heaven, and there to greet us will be all of our loved ones that ventured there before us. My number one choice would be to finally be in the spiritual presence of Seneca Ray Stoddard... Read more

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SILVER BAY | Some fascinating parallels exist between Adirondack photography in the early 21st century and that of a century prior. Read more

The Sun


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QUEENSBURY | Stephanie Greineder of southern Pennsylvania stood in the new $22 million Adirondacks Welcome Center on its opening day last Thursday and watched a wall-sized video depicting people enjoying various attractions the area offers. Read more

The Sun


Photo by Christopher South

GLENS FALLS | When Seneca Ray Stoddard took photographs in the Adirondacks, the process was more thought-out than to simply point and shoot. Read more

The Sun

The historic Masten House in the central Adirondacks is now a showpiece serving as headquarters of the Northern Forest Institute for Conservation Education and Leadership Training. Read more

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