Having had a full day in the park to scout had been a big help in planning for the succeeding day: I knew where I wanted to go for sunrise–or thought I did, in any event. Great Bend Overlook provides the opportunity to view a point in the Genesee River canyon where the river takes a, well, great bend. I scouted the location the previous day, and decided it might make a good location to catch the moonset that would accompany the sunrise.
When I arrived, it was still dark, but as the light came up on this somewhat cool morning revealed patches of fog in the canyon.
Great Bend Overlook, Letchworth State Park, New York
It had been cool enough overnight for river fog to develop, and from where I was, I could see the clouds drift upstream.
Great Bend Overlook Moonset, Letchworth State Park, New York
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