PHOTO GALLERY: Getting in the holiday spirit with lights from around the region

Even in the middle of a pandemic, there is no shortage of holiday cheer in the Finger Lakes. We’re looking for the most-interesting, most-exciting photos to help uplift readers during these difficult times. With some of the best history — the Finger Lakes region is ideal for holiday photos.

We’re sharing some of them to bring a little cheer to the newsfeed. Check them out below – or send your own holiday photos to news@fingerlakes1.com! We’ll be updating this gallery throughout the holiday season.




Mickey and Molly waiting for Santa in Seneca Falls. Photo by Sharon Scattaglia.
Photo from Canandaigua by Chris Achtschin.
The Sodus Point Community Center by Kathy Wafler Madison.
The bridge all lit up in Penn Yan near the mill. Photo by Tina Fenton.
Seasons greetings from the Penn Yan Fire Department. Photo by Tina Fenton.
Photo take in Penn Yan by Tina Fenton.
Photo by Tina Fenton in Penn Yan.
Photo by Tina Fenton in Penn Yan.
Frank Arpino along with Ed Callahan helped to set up a new nativity donated by Catholic Daughters Court Theresa 806 at St. Mary’s Church in Waterloo.

 

Elbridge Free Library.

 

This was captured by Terry Beauchamp Scott. Most of these houses were purchased at Fay’s Drug Store. That chain used to have a location in Seneca Falls.

 

One more of those displays by Mike Notaro.

 

Photo by Bryan Farr in Skaneateles.

 

Mac’s Drive-In Gingerbread House by Courtney Page.

 

Photo by Joanna Searle-Doupe.

 

Photo from Skaneateles by Todd Tanner.

 

Photo from Skaneateles by Bryan Farr.

 

Some lights on Taylor Avenue in Waterloo by Adam and Margaret Twitchell.

 

Reindeer in Shortsville? Photo captured by John Kucko.

 

Photo by Michele Roubie taken in Seneca Falls.

 

A festive little display here by Cynthia Brown.

 

Photo by John Kucko in Allegany County.

 

Photo by Jim Montanus in Sodus.

 

Photo by Kathy Berreta in Sodus.

 




 

Photo by Shelly Lannon.

 

Photo by Melissa Combs.

 




 

Photo by Tina Fenton.

 

Photo by Tina Fenton.

 

Photo by Linda H Double at the Canandaigua City Pier.

 


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