The Erie Canal is a 363 mile waterway that links Albany, NY on the Hudson to Buffalo, NY at Lake Erie. This created a navigable water route from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. It was constructed in the early 1800's. It amazes me that men were able to dig such a waterway without the use of modern equipment.
The light sparkling on the water was so beautiful. It was a delightful ending to a wonderful day.
For more fun pictures of "Water" visit Project 52 at Kent Weakley's blog.