Saturday, April 30, 2005

Six Mile Creek & Mulholland Wildflower Preserve

I'm laughing here because my camera lens looks gigantic compared to Jing! Posted by Hello

Beads of rain rest gently on newly formed leaves. Posted by Hello

The Large-flowered Trillium is frequently cultivated in wildflower gardens. Posted by Hello

More wildflowers along the trail. Posted by Hello

Most of the wildflowers in the preserve have not yet bloomed. These were only just beginning. Posted by Hello

The trail required the crossing of several waterfalls of this type. Posted by Hello

Waterfalls were plentiful, each emptying into Six Mile Creek. Posted by Hello

Approaching the lake, which is just beyond the dam in the background. Posted by Hello

This, the second largest waterfall along the creek, guards the entrance to a large lake. Posted by Hello

This plant, which appears to be a fern of some kind, was growing out of a crack in the gorge. Posted by Hello

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Ithaca's Vibrant Sunsets & Sage Chapel at Night

Sunset as viewed from Andrew Dickson White House. Posted by Hello

Vibrant sunsets like this are typical during the warmer months in Ithaca. Posted by Hello

It seems safe to say that the winter months are safely behind us. Posted by Hello

The sunset as viewed from Uris Hall. Posted by Hello

A stained glass window on the east face of Sage Chapel. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Stewart Park & Ithaca Commons at Night

Stewart Park typically provides a spectacular view of sunsets, but today it was much milder. Posted by Hello

Many willow trees line the park at the base of Cayuga Lake. Posted by Hello

I have always appreciated the the character of the clouds in the area. Posted by Hello

The willow trees as viewed from the pier. Posted by Hello

A few swings stand on the shore of the lake. Posted by Hello

A single car passes by while taking a night photo of the back of this apartment complex on the Commons. Posted by Hello

I wonder what kind of goods are for sale at the Immaculate Conception Shoppe. Posted by Hello

Ithaca's City Hall is located on Green St. across from the public library. Posted by Hello

Sunday, April 24, 2005

East Hill Plaza and Rt. 13

TCAT's 51 line exits East Hill Plaza, headed for the Commons. Posted by Hello

This is the closest I've gotten to the new Walmart in Ithaca. Only time will tell the effects it will have on the region. Posted by Hello

A local resident enters Wegman's grocery store. Posted by Hello