Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Niagara Gazette

Day 75. The local gazette printed an article about the parkway today, stating the Assemblyman supports option 3 of the Robert Moses Parkway scoping. I commented on their website, refuted his statements with included facts. The paper removed every comment, … Continue reading

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Approaching Sixty

Day 74. The number 60, a startled face in a passing mirror, mouth agape, with an eye framed by a broken eye glass piece.

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Red Sky In Morning

Day 73. The southeast sky’s turned a pale watercolor pink wash from the coral red rising on the eastern horizon. A beautiful warning of what’s to come–inclement weather–rain and wet snow showers, accumulations of an inch.

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Blue Hour

Day 72. It’s seven forty- five, post meridian, evening civil twilight. Window view, too early for stars, Venus somewhere on the western side of the house. Nautical twilight, the silhouette trees distinguishable, the branches and twigs still bare in front … Continue reading

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Project Bud Burst

Day 71. Swollen star magnolia buds, backlit, translucent in the setting sun.

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Tundra Swans

Day 70. Tundra Swans clustered in the Niagara River near the north Grand Island Bridge.

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The back roads home

Day 69. The back roads home Where the barns are in better condition than the weathered gray houses. Rusted, faded plows and tractors, decade old trucks and cars, converted the front and side yards into equipment graveyards.

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