Geese on the Erie Canal

Geese on the Erie Canal
Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, NY

Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, NY

Hurd Orchards in Holley, NY

Hurd Orchards in Holley, NY

 

Belhurst Castle in Geneva, NY

Belhurst Castle in Geneva, NY

 

Letchworth State Park, The Grand Canyon of the East

Letchworth State Park, The Grand Canyon of the East

 

Trinity Church in Seneca Falls, NY

Trinity Church in Seneca Falls, NY

Baron Steuben Place in Corning, NY

Baron Steuben Place in Corning, NY

The Rockwell Museum's mascot, Artimus

The Rockwell Museum's mascot, Artimus

Corning Museum of Glass

Corning Museum of Glass

 

Tiffany Favrile Mosaic in Clifton Springs, NY

Tiffany Favrile Mosaic in Clifton Springs, NY

The Finger Lakes region is known for its delicious apples!

The Finger Lakes region is known for its delicious apples!

Sonnenberg Gardens in Fall - Canandaigua, NY

Sonnenberg Gardens in Fall - Canandaigua, NY

A winter view of Keuka Lake from Esperanza Mansion - Bluff Point, NY

A winter view of Keuka Lake from Esperanza Mansion - Bluff Point, NY

Winter in the Finger Lakes

Winter in the Finger Lakes

6 Responses to “Finger Lakes Photos”

  1. FGray Says:

    Thank You the pictures are beuatiful

  2. Saul Galavis Says:

    It is incredible to see those spectacular photos from the finger lakes…. what about Cayuga Lake? this one is very important too. Isn’t it?
    I came back in my memories to the eighties…….
    I used to be an student at that time at Cornell MRP program.
    Ithaca is gorgeous……
    Restaurants, delicious…..
    Gentle people in down town……
    Lovely summer time at Cayuga park, sailing….fresebing…

    1. thetravelmaven Says:

      Hi Saul –

      You’re right, Cayuga Lake is beautiful too! There isn’t a one of the Finger Lakes that’s not gorgeous. I’ll have to get there when the weather warms to shoot some photos. Thanks for the reminder!

  3. Colin Booth Says:

    Hi Saul,

    My wife and I are heading up to the Finger Lakes for the 1st time this Memorial Weekend.

    Any must-sees or must-dos? Our B&B is in Geneva (Three Tree Inn on Washington Street). Is that a good place to be for wineries, restaurants and outdoor activities? It seemed pretty central, but we’ve never been, so we’re kind of guessing.

    Any insights would be awesome!

    Thanks,
    Colin

    1. Finger Lakes Travel Maven Says:

      Hi Colin –

      Geneva is a very good central place for wineries, restaurants and outdoor activities. Can you give me an idea of what types of things you enjoy? I’d be happy to tailor my suggestions to your specific interests.

      I think you’ll love the Finger Lakes!

      My best,
      Carol

  4. Colin Booth Says:

    Sorry, that last post was for travelman… not Saul. (But hi to you too Saul!)

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