Tag Archives: New York

Taughannock Falls

The area around Ithaca, NY and Cayuga Lake is known for its gorges.  In fact, an Ithaca Chamber of Commerce promotion says, “Ithaca is Gorge-ous!”. Taughannock Falls is one of the most spectacular, falling 260′ to the pool below. Thought … Continue reading

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College Fitness

In an earlier post (click here) I showed the Cornell Crew practicing in the lake, with the Cornell bell tower up on the hill in the background.  The shot above is taken from up near the bell tower, shown at left. This campus … Continue reading

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Crewing

It was a late October afternoon when I arrived in Ithaca, New York.  Having driven from Detroit, across Canada, and down the full length (40 miles) of Lake Cayuga, I was only thinking about finding the hotel.  But the sight … Continue reading

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Old Woolen Mill

I really like this shot of an old woolen mill in Seneca Falls, NY.  Seneca Falls is in the heart of the Finger Lakes wine region of upstate New York, a very pretty place in the fall.  I took this shot … Continue reading

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Mother Goose

I’m almost certain this is Mother Goose.  She wasn’t wearing a shawl, grandma glasses and a dowdy old hat.  Of course not, she was probably incognito.  She wasn’t reciting “Hey Diddle Diddle” or “Hickory Dickory Dock”; that would call too … Continue reading

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Granville, NY

This is my first serious attempt at High Dynamic Range (“HDR”) photography, where three or more shots of the same scene/image are taken at various exposures to collect detail in shadows, highlights and everything in between.  Its a method used … Continue reading

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