Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Steuben Glass


The end of a building. The end of a century-old business.



Right: CMOG. Middle: Steuben Glass. Rear: Corning Inc’s “C” Building



















First crocuses of 2013 (the first I saw) ~ in front of CMOG (Corning Museum of Glass).






(The previous photos were taken at the end of March.)


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CMOG - Outside And All Around





Arts Destination





March 30, 2012


6 comments:

  1. Interesting Kathleen, I never heard of a Museum of Glass. But I do believe you, because you posted a picture of one. :)

    Waiting patiently for your next recipe post over at Step by Step in the Kitchen. I am working on a post right now.

    Glad to see you are active Kathleen at what you love to do!! :)

    regards,
    Randall

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    1. CMOG contains some of the world's foremost pieces of glass from the beginning of time. A visit would be well worth your time... http://www.cmog.org/collection/exhibitions

      Just posted on my food blog yesterday, Randall. I know, I was lazy for a while there.

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  2. The museum of glass is lovely!

    Cheers
    CCU

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    1. CMOG is a worldclass destination. If you ever get to the US, be sure to visit it. http://www.cmog.org

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  3. Wonderful pictures,Kathleen.
    I love especially the one of the crocuses,it gives such a springtime feeling!
    The museum of glass seems to be very interesting, I just checked their web page:)

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    1. Daniela, I remember going to CMOG's technology section when I was a kid. It was impressive then, but less so when I became an adult (I and the technology aged!). Now that they've updated the technology, it's a fascinating tour in that part of the museum, too.

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