Paid PostPosted on Jul 25, 201713 Tiny Towns In NY That Deserve #NoFilterThese photogenic New York towns will get you all the likes! And switching to GEICO could get you all the savings.by GEICOBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Greenport View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Greenport harbor has a rich history that goes back as far as 1795 and has been named "one of the prettiest towns in the United States." Translation: Get your camera ready 'cause you're heading to Greenport. 2. Canandaigua View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You'll never run out of photos to take on Canandaigua Lake, like the riverboats rolling by or adorable boathouses on Canandaigua Pier. This little town is fully ~grammable~. 3. Cold Spring iStock Cold Spring, New York, boasts a population of 2,013 people, so you know it's tiny. And it's nestled along the east bank of the Hudson River, so you know it's stunning and sure to get you those likes! 4. Cooperstown View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Cooperstown is as quaint as they come! You'll be filling your Instagram with Doubleday Field (the birthplace of baseball!), the Cooperstown Lighthouse, and rolling hills that will make you feel like you're in a storybook. 5. Salamanca View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This old railroad town bordering the Allegheny River is settled almost completely on an Indian reservation and is about as close as you can get to "picture perfect." 6. Kingston View this photo on Instagram instagram.com / April Cattell Fun fact: Kingston was New York's very first capital back in 1777! So whether you're exploring its old historic districts or the nature surrounding it, like the Rondout Creek Lighthouse, you'll have a plethora of beautiful subjects to photograph. 7. New Paltz Fallbrook / Getty Images New Paltz lies along Mohonk Lake and will grant you stunning photos of sandstone cliffs, vibrant trees, and Mohonk Mountain House resort nestled along the waterfront. You won't need a filter for this one! 8. Keene Lukas Schlagenhauf / CC BY-ND 2.0 / flic.kr You'll find Keene in the Keene Valley with endless vistas and waterfalls that will take your breath away. Pro tip: Get a stunning view of the Adirondack High Peaks from the top of Hopkins Mountain! Likes will follow. 9. Port Jervis View this photo on Instagram Laurie Lobbregt / instagram.com / Instagram: @edgeoftownphotography Port Jervis is all about location, location, location! You've got the twin valleys of the Neversink and Delaware rivers, the Appalachian Plateau, the Shawangunk Mountains, and two national parks. Needless to say, it's a nature lover's paradise and a photographer's dream. 10. Oswego iStock Oswego is a charming city that will treat you to magical views of Lake Ontario, like a double rainbow that's destined to go viral. 11. Peekskill View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With the Hudson River on one side and Blue Mountain Park on the other, Peekskill is a perfect blend of waterside views, lush green hills, and — if you're there at the right time — beautiful autumn foliage! Your followers will thank you for it. 12. Hardenburgh Dennis Harper / CC BY-ND 2.0 / flic.kr Only 238 people live in Hardenburgh, New York, so you're sure to find some hidden gems that are dying to be photographed. 13. Garrison View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You'll want to Instagram every photo you take of Constitution Marsh, a wildlife sanctuary in Garrison, New York. And for photos with a more urban feel, enjoy an amazing view of the West Point Military Academy from across the river! Don't forget to bring your camera on your next New York road trip! And don't forget you could save 15% or more with GEICO.