Restvale Cemetery in Seneca Falls, NY There are actually two parts to this cemetery…the Protestant side (pictures below) and the Catholic side. The Protestants refused to be buried next to those heathen Catholics (made up largely of Italians), so the Catholic church bought the land right next to the Protestant cemetery and started their own. Or at … Continue reading
Photos from a recent trip to Taughannock Falls State Park with my aunt and uncle. According to Wikipedia: “The name Taughannock comes from the Iroquois and means “There was a village here.” The main cataract of the falls is a 215-foot drop, making it 33 feet taller than Niagara Falls. It is one of the largest single-drop waterfalls east of the Rocky … Continue reading
I got a Nikon D3000 from my dad when I got my Master’s Degree…Here’s the result of my first attempts! And also my last month or so at Syracuse University.
Visited the gorgeous Rose Garden in Thornden Park, right down the street from my house. Somebody didn’t let me know we were going to stop by, so I only had the camera on my phone to capture some of the beautiful blooms. The rose garden was established in 1922, and still contains some of the … Continue reading
More Spring in Syracuse. We finally got one gloriously sunny day. Here’s to more blue skies and butterflies!
It’s a Syracuse spring, so that means it’s overcast and rainy. Very encouraging and motivating, right? But that doesn’t mean my gloomy corner of the world doesn’t have it’s spots of beauty. Here’s a bit of what I’ve seen so far.
Photo locations: Blue Star Highway between Covert & Benton Harbor, MI and Tiscornia Beach’s North Pier Lighthouse in St. Joseph, MI