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Monthly Archives: May 2008
My goal was to capture a sunrise and sunset over the weekend. Turns out the location I selected for the sunrise really didn’t have a good view so I settled for something taken before sunrise. With the sunset, I did … Continue reading
Was at the New York State Fairgrounds over the weekend for a horse show and got wind of an auction being held in the Swine and Goat Building. Walking towards the building, I could hear the distinctive cadence of an … Continue reading
The Central New York Regional Market celebrated 70 years of service to the community, farmers and vendors who shop and sell there over this past weekend. The Market is a unique blend of produce, flowers, baked goods, wines, meats, food, … Continue reading
The first horse show of the season has ended. A weekend of long days preparing and competing in classes with other riders showing their Arabian steeds. My daughter, riding Klyde, handled herself elegantly as other riders whirled about the show … Continue reading