Some say skies without clouds make for uninteresting photos.
They may be right.
Nothing stunning here in upstate New York - just everyday "clear and so crisp you think the light will cut your eyes". Well, that and a white dot right above the trees - that is the moon.
While I am at it, how about some historic treasures of the small city where I work?
Christ Episcopal, in downtown Binghamton, New York (these pictures taken last week).
The church from afar. This was designed by the same architect that designedTrinity Church in downtown New York City. The building dates from 1858.
featuring the Press Building, now converted to student housing, and some buildings which are, alas, vacant.
Such as this historic building, the Strand.
Isn't it sad when treasures rot away?
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