Film Engagement Photos on Upper Saranac
For the adventurous type who love the outdoors, shooting an engagement session on the lake is a perfect fit. Hannah and Sam spent many hours on Upper Saranac and decided to take me to their favorite island. We only needed a few frames to capture the essence of this Adirondack lake. In this post, view the engagement photographs captured on film by Mary Dougherty, a fine art wedding photographer based in the Adirondacks.
Exploring a Chain of Lakes in the Adirondacks
Upper Saranac Lake is part of a chain of lakes, which includes Lower Saranac Lake and Middle Saranac Lake. One of the most captivating aspects of the Saranac Lake chain is the ease with which one can navigate the interconnected waters by boat. Whether you choose to bring your own vessel or rent one locally, a boat provides a gateway to experiencing the full beauty and tranquility of the Adirondacks.
Differences in Lower / Middle / Upper Saranac Lake
Starting from Lower Saranac Lake, boaters can embark on a scenic journey through islands, many of which have prime day use and camping sites. Loons are a common site on these waters.
Middle Saranac Lake offers a unique blend of secluded coves, sandy beaches, and rocky shores, inviting visitors to take a moment to bask in the serenity of their surroundings.
Upper Saranac Lake is a grand finale that leaves visitors in awe. Its expansive waters, framed by rolling hills and towering peaks, create an idyllic backdrop. Many historic private homes line this lake, including the famed Rockefeller escape turned luxury hotel.
Candid and Natural Photographs
With a focus on relationships, Mary Dougherty captures the essence of people and place. Mary’s fine art wedding photography seamlessly blends the beauty of nature with the genuine emotions of her subjects. To explore working with her submit an inquiry today.