This Adirondack river is strewn with glacial boulders that came to rest as the last of the ice sheets retreated northward about 10,000 years ago. Martha found it a congenial place to rest, too, but the water surges past, compelled to constantly seek new places. At the riverbank, we are connected, linked, and attached to all of these other places by the lifeline of the river.


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  • Barssel
    Barsselabout 5 years ago

    Great pose, B&W treatment and location…..well done to all involved.

  • Thank you very much.

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • Lucine Aquila
    Lucine Aquilaabout 5 years ago

    love the story this photo tells. beautiful

  • Thanks for your thoughtful comment.

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • Aubrey DeVoursney
    Aubrey DeVoursneyabout 5 years ago

    Beautiful! the lines and the movement of the water..just.. wow

  • Thanks, Aubrey. Glad you like it.

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtabout 5 years ago

    what a beautiful shot, wonderful in the mono tones!!

  • Thanks!

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • AMHERN0525
    AMHERN0525about 5 years ago

    beautiful b/w photo…great work

  • Thank you!

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...about 5 years ago

    Very beautiful capture and perfect in mono :-)

  • Thanks!

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • ourjrny
    ourjrnyabout 5 years ago

    It is a beautiful portrait Jeff.

  • Thank you Sharon.

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • BlaizerB
    BlaizerBabout 5 years ago

    super work – cheers

  • Thanks!

    – Jeff Holcombe

  • naishh
    naishhabout 5 years ago


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    – Jeff Holcombe

  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Searchabout 5 years ago


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    – Jeff Holcombe

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