Posted by: David Giacalone | May 12, 2021

tulips and sunlight at SCHS

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KODAK Digital Still Camera

The COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed down in-person activity inside the Schenectady County Historical Society this year, but its garden tenders gave us the Society’s traditional display of lovely tulips in front of their headquarters at 32 Washington Avenue.  These images were taken on a bright and sunny May Day. Click on any photo, including the square tiles below, for a larger version.

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follow-up (June 6, 2021): Recently, it was also beautiful without blossoms, at the rear of 32 Washington Avenue. The lush foliage in the lower part of the SCHS “backyard”, along the Binnekill, looked especially lovely in the hour before sunset, with the soft light and dark shadows. For example:

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