In this first photography book on Lake George, award-winning photographer, Carl Heilman, has worked to capture the essence of the beauty and features of the lake, as well as the energy of life and activities that make Lake George one of the top tourist destinations in the country. While many visitors only see the lake in the splendor of the summer, Carl's photographs offer a look at the wonder and drama of the region throughout the year. The landscape format of the book offers a unique perspective for the 160 standard and panoramic images that portray the dynamic diversity of the region. From the historical re-enactments and snowstorm scenes in Lake George Village to panoramic views of the lake from the ridgeline of the Tongue Mountain Range, this book provides a look at the wonders of Lake George through the eyes of one of the region's best known photographers.
Carl Heilman II is an award winning outdoor photographer who specializes in nature panoramas, murals, and nature photography of Lake George, Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks, New York State, the Maine Coast, and Montana panoramas and photos. He also creates wilderness nature photos of National Parks and other wild areas in the US and Canada.
Carl Heilman II is an internationally published photographer and author. His work has been published in national and regional magazines such as Outside, National Parks, National Geographic Explorer, Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, The New York Times, Nature Conservancy, and presented as shows on PBS.