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Enjoying Nature and Tourism, Plus Holidays

Instagram Photo of The Week: NYC’s First Snow of 2022!

NYC got some “Starter Snow” on Friday, which had ended by the time I got out of bed, but still looked lovely in the park when I was out and about later in the morning. More of this, please!

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Shark Attack Megalodon Model!

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Do you like Sharks? I sure do. That’s why I  could. not. stop. taking photos of this life-size (read: humungous) model a prehistoric Megalodon Shark, which is a main attraction of the recently opened Sharks special exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in NYC. Here are some cool Megalodon facts I learned while exploring the exhibit.

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The Best Tips For The Most Fantastic Staycation!

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The pandemic has shown us some new ways of living. From working from home to online education and even vacationing in unique ways — there were both ups and downsides of this global crisis! The fear of stepping outdoors and getting infected kept people from holidaying at faraway locations, and that is how the concept of a staycation became popular. Instead of traveling too far from your home, you select a location nearby your house for a visit — and these staycations can be both with or without your family. It goes without saying that since the destination is nearby, it is comparatively safer to travel.

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Instagram Photo of The Week: Sunset in The Berkshires

Hello dear readers, and welcome to the beginning of a new week, or the end of an old  week, depending on your perspective. I’m enjoying the final two days of a beautiful long weekend in the Berkshires. This is a photo of Saturday night’s sunset in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Simply breathtaking.

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Instagram Photo of The Week: Cloud in a Glass

Over the Labor Day weekend, I snapped this photo while sitting on the deck of my friend’s Hamptons Beach House, just as the sun was setting. This was more about capturing a Friday-evening-moment of relaxing with a glass of wine than making art, but what was unexpected is how a cloud’s reflection is seen in the remaining wine in my glass. Cloud in a glass.

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Pink Thing of The Day: Hot Pink Nymphaea Tropical Day-Blooming Water Lily

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If there’s any doubt about how hot this Hot Pink Nymphaea tropical day-blooming water lily really is, check out the impossibly horny Bee doing its thing  right there in the center of the flower.  So hot.

Photographed at the Enid A Haupt Conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden.