Saturday, December 15, 2012

I’m hoping winter will arrive soon with its pure whites; meantime, everything is rather gray here in Corning NY. Except the mood, of course, and decorations ~ as we anticipate and prepare for Christmas.

In order to perk up the colors a bit, I’ve reached back in time to 2010 and 2011...

March 2010

Near the Corning Museum of Glass’s Rakow Museum.

On Corning’s northside, near Emanuel Lutheran Church.

August 2010

Corning’s northside.

One of the gardens surrounding Corning Inc’s headquarters building.

Meditation garden by First Presbyterian Church.

Flags and ornamental grasses in front of the Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG).

January 2011

Chemung River viewed from Bridge Street bridge (looking west). It becomes the Conhocton River at the far visible point.

May 2011

Two views of the same fence, same picture. The first shot is only slightly enhanced. The second more so. Couldn't make up my mind which to use so decided to use both.

A Corning home.


  1. Lovely pictures with beautiful colors!
    The Meditation Garden seems very peaceful.

    1. Thank you, Carine. I enjoying walking by and sometimes stepping into the garden. Depending on what part of spring, summer or fall it is, the flowers and foliage change and it's always lovely.

  2. What incredibly beautiful photos my friend :)

    Choc Chip Uru


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