New York State Seaway Trail August 2008

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New York State Seaway Trail August 2008

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If pictures are missing, find them at http://www.flickr.com/photos/115393943@ ... 070603504/.

We have left Niagara Falls and it is a new day (8/2/08). We are driving along the coast of Lake Ontario, on the New York State Seaway Trail. We stopped by a park along the way.
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The geese did not want me to get close to them. They made for the lake, knowing I would not follow them too far.
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Tiny beauty.
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These next three pictures were taken at a boat harbor in a town called Pultneyville. I'm always attracted to flowers.
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Everybody likes Black Eyed Susans.
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This house looks haunted, but it's probably not.
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The house above probably had beautifully kept landscaping in its day, but all the plants, trees, and flowers have been left to their own devices. I kind of like the floral potpourri.
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Ooh... rose hips.

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IraGlacialis wrote: Ooh... rose hips.
Thank you, Ira! I had no idea what those things were. I thought they looked like tomatoes. Because you so kindly identified them, I Googled "rose hips" (web and images) and learned that they are indeed edible. They are--or were--used to make all kinds of things. Now if somebody asks me what they are, I can tell them!
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