Across the Plain

Sere grasses

The Finger Lakes are formed by a series of inclined planes spread across central New York State.

Here we look northwest across the land between Cayuga and Seneca lakes, all forests and farm land. Seneca Lake is not visible,15 miles distant, and the Finger Lakes National Forest in between.

The only town is Hector, New York, population 4,854 in the 2,000 census. The foreground are sere grasses, a field of beef cattle and pond.

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3 thoughts on “Across the Plain

    1. Glad you took the time to visit those IStock photographs. People from other parts of the country/world comment on our abundance of trees. We enjoy the vistas afforded by our hills. I grew up on flat Long Island and appreciate this very much.

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