Yesterday was one of those winter days when I just had to get out of the house and see what all this snowfall has done to the winter landscape near our home. We didn’t have a bright blue sky or a fresh snowfall. Rather it was a cool drizzle after a warm rainy day before. But Joe and I now live in an area surrounded by gorges, and gorges mean waterfalls. So when the big snow starts to melt and it’s followed by rain… well, I just had to see how full the falls were flowing. And while these would have been nicer with a bright blue sky, these images give you a sense of how bitterly cold the walk was from the falls spray and soggy ground underfoot. And they give me a way of getting to know my new home and visions of spring ahead.
All photos at Taughannock State Park