Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m. – Adirondack Seasons
(Rochester, NY)– Adirondack Seasons, airing Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m. on WXXI-TV 21 (cable 11) and WXXI-HD (cable 1011 and DT 21.1), is a celebration of the beauty
and splendor of the Adirondack seasons.
Award Winning Videographer Paul Frederick
has captured the majestic vistas and intimate
close-ups of the region and edited them to the original music of Scott B. Adams.
Adirondack Seasons represents their third collaboration.
This third installment of a “program without
words” allows the viewer to become immersed
in the sights and sounds of the Adirondacks in
all four seasons. Photographed entirely with
High Definition cameras, the flora and fauna of
the region are captured in breathtaking color and
Frederick has been capturing the beauty of this region for decades and has amassed the
largest collection of Adirondack scenic footage
in existence. Adirondack Seasons is the
first time he’s been able to shoot the region with
HD cameras, gathering 80 hours of footage over
3 years for the production.
For more information, visit http://hdadirondacks.com.
Pictured: A long, cold Adirondack winter slowly gives way as the spring thaw begins.
Photo Credit: None
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