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Thin Crescent Bowl filled with Earthglow

A thin crescent bowl filled with earthglow floating above the dawn attended by Venus, Mars, Virgo.

This was the view from Ithaca, New York at the start of dawn this morning of Tuesday, October 17, 2017.  238 more words


Check out my articles on Life in the Finger Lakes magazine's blog!

Guess what?! I actually get paid to write! It is a beginning step and one I value and truly enjoy. The magazine is interesting and really very lovely overall. 94 more words


The Petaltail’s Tale

Each June and July, visitors to several gorge parks are rewarded with an unusual treat – the chance to see a “living fossil.”

The term “living fossil” refers to species that have evolved very little over the course of millions of years. 608 more words

Flora & Fauna

Naming the Finger Lakes

by Carol Kammen

The Finger Lakes Region of New York is as much a state of mind as it is a place. It is also much more than lakes, for there is rolling land created by glacial activity, there is a… 898 more words

Making your own glass art at Corning Museum of Glass

Did you know that you can make your own glass art during a trip to the Corning Museum of Glass? I didn’t. I actually didn’t know much about… 925 more words