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Classically Fall

By Nigel P. Kent

This is Taughannock Falls, near Ithaca, New York, and it's an impressive 215 feet high. This was taken from an overlook above the falls; the light was just perfect and the autumn colors were intense. Scenes like this are what we photographers live for, and continually drive and hike for miles in search of.