If you’ve been a reader of Play Finger Lakes for a little while now, you may have seen my post this past fall that was full of photos of Taughannock Falls in Trumansburg, which is north of Ithaca along Cayuga Lake. If you saw that, then this post may seem a bit redundant, because I visited the waterfall again yesterday, and have a fresh, new batch of pictures that I just can’t resist sharing. They’re a bit more winter/ice than fall foliage, so they will give you an idea of how the waterfall and surrounding landscape looks in different seasons.
If you’re just joining us, welcome! I’m so happy you found your way to my little corner of the internet. I hope you enjoy looking around the site, and I hope you enjoy these pictures.
I can’t help but think of the movie Frozen or The Chronicles of Narnia when I look at this picture. This is me, trying not to freeze my butt off/enjoying how magical and majestic it was.
This is my best friend, who was a trooper to come with me and endure a long walk and sub-freezing temperatures to get the perfect pictures. It was like a mini photo shoot for us – and I think we can both agree that the pictures payed off!
I hope that you get the same feeling when you look at these pictures that I got when taking them. The whole purpose of Play Finger Lakes is for locals and distant travelers alike to have a taste of what it’s like in our little corner of the world. We have some really magical places, and I love to share that with everyone possible.