LOOKING SOUTH TOWARD BARE HILL, CANANDAIGUA LAKE
Bare Hill is the second point on the left, and was a place of legendary significance to the Seneca Indians. It's distinctive profile is one most memorable features of the Canandaigua landscape. Late in the year, the sun has migrated to the south at sunset. This view is from Middle Cheshire, approximately half the way down the lake. Watercolor, 12.5x19 in., framed 20x24.