Through the Narrows: Meditations on an Adirondack River


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Photographer Kristin V. Rehder uses black-and-white film photographs to explore the Oswegatchie River, a 137-mile waterway that flows through northern New York, from the Five Ponds Wilderness to the St. Lawrence River. Rehder used a medium-format Rolleiflex twin lens reflex camera with a 75mm lens to take the photos. To reach many of the locations that she photographed, she navigated via kayak through a narrows – a channel of water that cuts through metamorphic rock dating back more than 900 million years.

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