Taughannock Falls at Low Flow
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Michael Stephen Wills

Taughannock Falls at Low Flow
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Taughannock Falls at Low Flow
Taughannock Falls is at its most beautiful at low flow. On a hot July evening Pam and I walked from the overlook parking lot to a closer view point to find a group of young people wading beneath that falls, a dangerous activity. Here we see a male figure with upraised arms in the falls watched at a distance by a female companion. The figures provide a sense of perspective against the 215 foot waterfall. Taughannock State Park is part of the New York State Finger Lakes Region. The falls drop from a hanging valley into a glacially carved gorge. The stream, Taughannock Creek, continues to flow into Cayuga Lake. Since the glaciers melted, 10,000+ years ago, the falls have eroded the weak shale bed almost a mile into the 400+ foot tall cliffs.
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