This past week I was on a run in Geneseo, New York. They have an old plane mini museum so to speak. They have plane rides with weekend aviationists, mini tours,etc.. While there I noticed this relic. It’s not the greatest picture due to the distance I shot it at, not the greatest lighting either. But I wanted to share it.
As I’m sure many of you have heard, here in Rochester and surrounding areas, we have been having some severe flooding problems. Homes, property and peoples personal belongings have been lost.
Picture 1: A farmers field underwater.
Picture 2: A tree trunk washed up on Lake Ontairio’s shore and buried itself.
I was on a run the other day near the University of Geneseo. When turning into the job site, I came across this. This is definitely unique art work.
Folks, here in Rochester, and readers of Citizen Journalism Live know that Rochester weather is very unique and often questionable. But it’s Rochester, and we who live here just go along with it, it’s Rochester.
This past week has been rain, rain and more rain. And flooding has continued. Why, it’s Rochester! Have a nice weekend.
Yes folks while coming down the road to the complex just now, I saw this turkey buzzard enjoying dinner. I pulled over and got ready to shoot a few pictures. He became alarmed with me and flew up into the trees. I followed him and he jotted from tree limb to tree limb. I had my old camera, wish I had my good one, but this turned out decent.
Hello everyone. I saw this in my travels today.