Scenes Around the Finger Lakes Before the Polar Vortex


The weather around the finger lakes has been pretty mild so far, with temperatures mostly in the thirties and some forties with little precipitation. However, this might change with the anticipated coming of the polar vortex. One struck last year and produced three consecutive nor’easters along the east coast.

I traveled around the finger lakes in December where there were light patches of snow scattered about the countryside. Here are some of my highlight photos.

 

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Stephen Fielding Images

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Categories Environment, Finger lakes, Landscapes, WaterscapesTags , 2 Comments

2 thoughts on “Scenes Around the Finger Lakes Before the Polar Vortex”

  1. Stephen, Hopefully, the snow will come! I like the character of these images. Are you shooting wwith film! Thank you for keeping us up to date and informed about our environment and the changes facing us.

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