This week in photos
Summer in the Finger Lakes
- In this special edition of TWIP, we showcase the sweeping vistas of the FLX Region through photographs taken by Chief Photographer Kevin Colton. Here, the Buck Moon shines over Seneca Lake and the Bozzuto Boathouse.
- A view of Taughannock Falls State Park in Trumansburg, N.Y. Taughannock is the one of the tallest falls east of the Rockies (yes, it's even taller than Niagra Falls!).
- The sun sets over a sunflower farm in Phelps, N.Y.
- Fireworks illuminate the sky above the town of Seneca Falls, N.Y.
- The sun rises over Seneca Lake. Seneca Lake is the deepest lake in the Finger Lakes Region at 618 feet.
- The sun sets over Chimney Bluffs State Park on the shore of Lake Ontario.
- A wooden cask rests on a hill overlooking Seneca Lake in Dundee, N.Y. The Finger Lakes has a thriving wine industry, with more than 90 wineries located on Seneca Lake alone.
- Water flows over the falls at Watkins Glen State Park in Watkins Glen, N.Y.
- Built in the early 1800s, the iconic row houses on South Main Street offer a unique perspective of Geneva's history.
- The sun sets over the Seneca Lake boathouse in Watkins Glen, N.Y.
- A statue of Harriet Tubman stands in front of the New York State Heritage Center in Auburn, N.Y. The abolitionist moved to Auburn in 1859.
- The Long Pier juts into Seneca Lake.
- Tulips bloom in front of the Lady of the Lake statue in Pulteney Park in Geneva.
- In Seneca Falls, the home of the women’s rights and suffrage movements, a statue of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Bloomer created by Professor of Art Ted Aub commemorates the meeting of the influential women. Trinity Church stands in the background.
- The sun sets over the city of Geneva, N.Y. and Seneca Lake.
- The Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge at sunset. A birder's paradise, the refuge is home to the Montezuma Audubon Center.