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112 - Finger Lakes of New York
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Photograph America Newsletter on Finger Lakes of New York
 
The Finger Lakes region is filled with a dozen long, deep, and narrow lakes and is one of the more beautiful parts of western New York State. Photographers looking for fall foliage will want to know about the hundreds of waterfalls in New York's Finger Lakes region. Streams flowing into the lakes cascade down rolling hills covered with hardwood forests of maple, beech, ash, and birch. Many of the streams that flow into the Finger Lakes drop as much as a hundred feet a mile. When those streams start in the higher surrounding mountains, they can erode deep canyons below hanging valleys.
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The Finger Lakes region is filled with a dozen long, deep, and narrow lakes and is one of the more beautiful parts of western New York State. Photographers looking for fall foliage will want to know about New York's Finger Lakes region. Streams flowing into the lakes cascade down rolling hills covered with hardwood forests of maple, beech, ash, and birch.
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Locations
  • Buttermilk Falls State Park
  • Cayuga Lake
  • Cazenovia
  • Chittenango Falls
  • Cow Shed Falls
  • Deckertown Falls
  • Eagle Cliff Falls
  • Fillmore Glen State Park
  • Forest Falls
  • Geneva
  • Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum
  • Hammondsport, NY
  • Havana Glen Park
  • Hector Falls Creek
  • Hemlock Lake
  • Honeoye Falls
  • Ithaca Falls
  • Judd Falls
  • Keuka Lake
  • Labrador Pond
  • Letchworth State Park
  • Ludlowville Falls
  • Middle Falls
  • Moravia, NY
  • Mount Morris
  • New Hope Mills Falls
  • Penn Yan
  • Rexford Falls
  • Rochester, NY
  • Seneca Lake
  • Shadow Cascade
  • Shequaga Falls
  • Skaneateles Lake
  • Taughannock Falls
  • Tinker's Falls
  • Triphammer
  • Upper Falls
  • Upperville Falls
  • Watkins Glen
  • Wolf Creek Cascades