Heavy smoke from the Canadian wild fires have engulfed New Haven in a yellow/orange hue. The smoke is impacting our city’s air, so an Air Quality Health Advisory has been issued. Try to limit your outdoor activities to the absolute necessities. That being said, I couldn’t resist the rare opportunity to photograph the effects. Follow […]
The collaboration concept of a joint performance between the Yale Dance Lab and the Yale Symphony Orchestra was first hatched in 2019. Lacina Coulibaly and Emily Coates of the Dance Lab, and William Broughton of the Symphony started to plan this Rite of Spring Performance….then the pandemic got in the way. The collaboration idea finally […]
Last week I went to Marsh Botanical Gardens and took photos as the sun was coming out. It was very pleasant and beautiful and I had so much fun exploring the greenhouses (pictures to follow). The history of the gardens can be found here: http://marshbotanicalgarden.yale.edu/history A butterfly outside of the greenhouse.
Urban meadows are sprouting up in New Haven. Designed to promote plant and insect diversity, they offer a pretty sight as well (http://news.yale.edu/photos/urban-meadows). Near one of the meadows is the Yale Farm, pictures of which you can also find below.
In the wake of the events of the last week news that a worker at Yale faced charges for breaking a glass image depicting what he saw as racist imagery galvanized support outside his 10 AM court appearance at Superior Court on Elm street.
Below are some pictures from Divinity Farm, a community garden maintained by Yale Divinity students, where there are a variety of vegetables, fruits, and flowers growing.