Monthly Archives: September 2018

Harry

Mount Hope Cemetery.

Questions are many: Who is “WE”?, Who was Harry?, What was the relationship between Harry and WE?, How long did it last?, How many years ago?, What did Harry do?…

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Mount Hope Cemetery

Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York, is a truly interesting place. More than a flat piece of ground, it has hills and valleys, nooks and crannies, woodlands and open areas, all contributing to a calm feeling of peace.

The older portions have a very Victorian feel about them. It has been open since 1837 or so and currently has about 350 000 residents.

 

 

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Middle Falls Brink

The edge of a 75 foot drop.

The Genesee River in Letchworth State Park, NY.

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Grand Canyon of the East

At Letchworth State Park, the Genesee River has carved its way down through layers of limestone to create this gorge.

Seventy miles to the West, the Niagara River has cut through the same formation to create Niagara Falls.

 

 

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True Love 2018

Once upon a time true lovers faced each other and got lost in themselves.

In 2018 the testament to the bond is the selfie post to Instagram or Facebook.

How is it that “Look at Us! Look at Us!“, has become necessary to validate the relationship?

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Picnic

On a quiet lawn under a tall canopy on a warm September day.

Privacy and calm.

Comfortable together.

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The Brink

The Upper Falls on the Genesee River at Letchworth State Park.

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