Lobdell has explored a wide variety of locations in the Adirondack Mountains, seeking compositions
for his Hasselblad panoramic and Nikon standard slr format 35mm
cameras. Among his many subjects are Adirondack landscapes such
as Whiteface mountain, Mount
Marcy, Colden, Jay Peak, Noonmark,
Catamount, Ampersand Mountain, Phelps Mountain and many other High Peaks and not so High Peaks in the Adirondacks.
During the Spring, Summer and Fall, Barry takes his Hornbeck canoe on
excursions to many lakes, streams and ponds throughout the
Adirondacks. He has canoed on and photographed Lower Saranac Lake, Upper Saranac
Lake, Middle Saranac Lake, Tupper
Lake, Lake Flower, Lake Placid, the Chubb River,
Osgood Pond, First Pond, Second Pond,
the Saranac River, Ausable River,
Meacham Lake, Lake George, the Hudson River and numerous other bodies
of water. White Pine
Camp, one of the Adirondack "Great Camps", has been a favorite
subject. In addition to photographing widely in the Adirondacks, Barry
has traveled to many national parks, including Grand Teton, Yosemite, Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon,
Mountain and Glacier. He has also traveled to Key West, Monument Valley, the Garden of the Gods and thousands of
stops along the way. Internationally, he has ventured into Canada
and has traveled to England.
most landscape photographers, Barry’s favorite times of day for
photographing are sunrise and sunset. The dramatic light
and atmospheric conditions on these edges of daylight often make for
the most memorable images. He has also explored the idea of
photographing just before sunrise
and after sunset.
Visit Barry's galleries to see all of his Adirondack panoramas and standard format photos, other American panoramas, standard format
images of Cape Cod and England, black
and white panoramas, and book images
from "Places of the Spirit".