The excitement of discovering morning fog the previous day had me return to the same spot on the canyon rim looking downriver at dawn but there was to be no mist this morning. It was too warm; the overnight temperature never dipped below 60 degrees (F). Still, the view was spectacular and I prepared to photograph sunrise, even if it meant a fog-free experience.
Genesee River Gorge at Sunrise, Letchworth State Park, New York
When I wrapped up at my gorge overlook–which didn’t take long because there wasn’t all that much in the sky to interrupt the presence of direct sun–I hastened to return to the area around Middle Falls, the only one of the three main falls on the Genesee River that I hadn’t thoroughly photographed. The forecast was for another clear day–all day–and I wanted to finish with Middle Falls before the sun hit the water directly. I…
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