Hiking At Taughannock | Panoramic | New York

One of the nicest places to hike in the winter is Taughannock Falls State Park.

The park features a 1 mile trail that is pretty level and relatively easy to navigate even in the snow.

And as a reward for braving the cold and the snow there is the 200+ foot waterfall to view at the end of the trail.

The waterfall is quite a site throughout this time of year as it is in a variety of states of frozenness.

Along the trail you wan see the stream that has forged the gorge and flows from the waterfall.

The stream is frozen over in areas and has other areas where you can still see the water flowing.

The gorge landscape rises up on both sides as you traverse the trail.

There are always other hikers out on the trail whenever I am here.

This panoramic image is comprised of a series of 8 different photographs I took in series and then stitched together in Adobe Lightroom.

All the photos were taken while I stood in the same location using the same camera and settings.

Photo details: SONY Alpha 6000. SONY 20mm f/2.8. Focal Length 20mm. ISO 100. 1/100 sec. f/16.

Thank you for joining me on the blog today and expanding your view.

On my website I also have a gallery featuring different panoramic photos.

Taughannock Panoramic

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