Seneca Lake is one of the largest of the 13 Finger Lakes in New York state. (Look at a map of NY and you’ll see why the group of lakes is so named.) I spent last week on the shores of Seneca Lake at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Most of my time, however, was spent inside a classroom learning how to paint digitally using Corel Painter. (I’ll talk more about that wonderful class another time.)
It’s a good thing that I love working with Painter so much, because spending beautiful upstate NY July days indoors when I was 100 yards from a lake would not be my normal choice. But in the evenings, I took the time to get closer to the water and enjoy the summer breezes, the activity of the boats and the fishermen (and women) and the colors and light of the lake and to just play with my camera.
What are you doing to soak up these summer days?