Roaring Falls and Misty Lakes

Heavy rain caused Ithaca Falls and Buttermilk Falls to burst! A frosty night raises chilly mist over Keuka Lake. Cornell gives us the names of the waterfalls in Fall Creek Gorge. Where in the Finger Lakes is the only New York State Historic Site dedicated to Native American history and culture? And where is the Finger Lakes Museum? And what does Taughannock Gorge look like from the air? Join Tony Ingraham on an exploration of these places and more in episode 177 of Walk in the Park! Watch it right here anytime or on Ithaca area cable channel 13 at the following times:

Thursday, 9:00 PM, Nov. 2, 2017

Friday, 8:30 PM

Saturday, 10:00 AM

Sunday, 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM

Monday, 8:30 PM

Tuesday, 11:30 AM and 8:00 PM, November 7, 2017

Or watch it right here right now!

Walk in the Park  is a weekly public access TV series produced at PEGASYS Studio in Ithaca, NY, by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions.

Park Minute 65: Autumn Over Canandaigua Lake

An aerial trip along the east side of Canandaigua Lake, featuring Conklin Gully in Hi Tor State Wildlife Management Area, Naples, NY; Great Hill, aka South Hill, with its Finger Lakes Land Trust preserve; Bare Hill and the Bare Hill State Unique Area; and Vine Valley. Aerial photography by Bill Hecht.

Park Minute 65. Park Minute is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions in Ithaca, NY. See all of my Park Minutes .

 

 

 

Park Minute: Canandaigua Lake Panorama

Photographer Nigel Peter Benson Kent stitched together 14 of his photographs of Canandaigua Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region to create this panorama of the entire lake. I put it in a video editor and panned it from south to north, set to a piece by Vivaldi. Enjoy Park Minute 50!

By the way, there actually is a park in this picture. At the beginning of the video, you are looking at Hi Tor State Wildlife Management Area, 6100 hundred acres of woods, overgrown fields, steep hillsides, gorges, wetlands, creeks, lakeshore, and other natural features that provide homes to a rich variety of wildlife. It also contains South Hill, the traditional birthplace of the Seneca people, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois or Haudenosaunee.

By Owl Gorge Productions

Finger Lakes Fall from the Sky

In this episode of Walk in the Park TV, we go up in the air again with Bill Hecht’s dazzling photographs of the Finger Lakes at the peak of fall colors. See it here online!

We see Ithaca, Sixmile Creek valley, Buttermilk Falls State Park (including the effects of Hurricane Sandy), Cayuga Lake, Myers Point in Lansing, Keuka Lake, Bluff Point, Keuka College, Canandaigua Lake, Naples NY, the Hi Tor State Wildlife Management Area, and the Great Hill (or South Hill) at the south end of Canandaigua Lake, considered (and celebrated) by the Seneca Nation of the Iroquois as their birthplace. Great Hill is now a Finger Lakes Land Trust Preserve.

Bluff Point Keuka Lake Finger Lakes fall colors

Bill Hecht’s photo looking south over Bluff Point at the confluence of the East Branch and West Branch of Keuka Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region.

We fly over Cliffside State Forest in Schuyler County and Cornell University’s Arnot Forest in Tompkins County. We also go back to Ithaca Falls for a couple of short videos of the waterfall, fall colors, and fly fishermen in Fall Creek, set to music. And we reconsider a couple of maple tree species in the western United States, the bigtoothed maple in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, and the bigleaf maple on the West Coast, from California through Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and just into southeast Alaska. Join host Tony Ingraham in this scenery-packed episode of Walk in the Park (#26).

Click here to see all Walk in the Park TV episodes, or go to Tony’s YouTube Walk in the Park playlist .

Produced by Owl Gorge Productions at PEGASYS Studios, Ithaca NY’s public access television center, run by Time Warner Cable.

You can watch the show online right here,

Or, you can catch the show on Time Warner Cable public access television channel 13 in the Ithaca area:

Thursday,  9:00 p.m.

Saturday, 10:00 a.m.

Sunday,    10:00 a.m.

Tuesday,    8:00 p.m.

It also is shown at other times as the station manager chooses.