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By Jill Keppeler. Tribune editor. It was a calm, sunny morning Friday at the Niagara County Fairgrounds - except in the Coliseum, where a flurry of activity was underway. Young 4-H exhibitors, their friends and family helping, hurried to ready themselves and their animals for the dairy cattle showmanship and show competition - making sure the cattle were clean, trim and calm while the human competitors were dressed... Nate Alt, 13, of Appleton was preparing to show Layla, a Jersey cow, in the junior showmanship division. He said he started when he was 5 years old. "I like showing the animals, and watching over them, and walking them around the ring," he said. Shelby Nerber of Newfane was ready for her first time in the show ring, presenting Hope, another Jersey, in the beginner showmanship category. She wore her cow earrings for luck. "I like caring for her and making sure she's OK," Shelby said, "and petting her. Every year, dozens of young exhibitors take part in the fair at the fairgrounds in Lockport, taking part in events that showcase the animals they've raised and their ability at showing them and the projects (gardening, crafts, baking) on which... Sophia Radice cares for her rabbits Friday at the Niagara County Fair. The fair runs through Aug. In the dairy cattle showmanship competition Friday, the beginner exhibitors (those under 14 showing for the first time) watched and waited for more experienced divisions before taking their turn. The eight young people slowly walked their sometimes recalcitrant cattle (which were, in some cases, nearly as tall as they were - or taller) around the ring under the watchful eye of judge Duncan Bailey, who eventually awarded first place to... "Judging from this first beginner class, the future is in very good hands at the Niagara County Fair," Bailey said. When not showing, the exhibitors are often on hand in the livestock barns to care for their animals and show them off to fair visitors. In the rabbit barn, Elizabeth Wilcox, 11, of Ransomville, cleaned out her rabbit's cage and tended to his food and water while he explored nearby. "I like that I can see all types of rabbits, and. Source: www.wnypapers.com
Highest resolution mosaic of ‘Tombaugh Regio’ shows the heart-shaped region on Pluto focusing on ice flows and plains of ‘Sputnik Planum’ at top and icy mountain ranges of ‘Hillary Montes’ and ‘Norgay Montes’ below. This new mosaic combines the seven highest resolution images captured by NASA’s New Horizons LORRI imager during history making closest approach flyby on July 14, 2015. Inset at right shows global view of Pluto with location of mosaic and huge... Annotated with place names. Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI/ Marco Di Lorenzo/Ken Kremer/kenkremer. Unannotated version below. flyover mosaics and movies of the alien surface ever available, now and for decades to come. And it’s all thanks to the brilliant efforts of the scientists and engineers leading NASA’s New Horizons mission – which culminated in the first ever close encounter with Pluto and its five moons by a spacecraft from Earth on July 14, 2015. With... However it will take about 16 months to send all the flyby science data back to Earth due to limited bandwidth. The first series of seven breathtaking high resolution surface images focusing on Pluto’s bright heart-shaped region, informally named ‘Tombaugh Regio’, has been stitched together into our new and wider view mosaic, shown above and below, by the... Furthermore the New Horizons team has created a spectacular simulated flyover movie centered in the heart of Pluto’s huge ‘Heart’ at ‘Tombaugh Regio’, showing the stunning views including the incredibly recent ice flows and plains of ‘Sputnik... The mosaic and movie are compiled from the seven highest resolution images captured by NASA’s New Horizons LORRI imager during the history making closest approach flyby. The LORRI images were taken from a distance of 48,000 miles (77,000 kilometers) from the surface of the planet about 1. 5 hours prior to the closest approach at 7:49 a. m. EDT on July 14. The images easily resolve structures smaller than a mile... New Horizon’s unveiled Pluto as a surprising vibrant and geologically active “icy world of wonders” as it. Source: www.universetoday.com
Angie Cronin wanted an interior update for her two-story Belleville home. She got that, and more after she hired Gail Strebel, of Jerseyville, whose 13-year-old business is Faux Finesse. “Once we met, we hit it off,” said Angie, a mother of four and a buyer for Lumiere Place in St. Louis. “I had lived here about eight years. I never really took the time to decorate, repaint, make it our own. I wanted to make it modern, give it some color. The first project was mosaic-framed mirrors in an upstairs bathroom. Angie’s shower curtain inspired her to consider mosaics. She had bought the folk-art style curtain that depicts a St. Louis-cityscape online from Etzy artist Heather Galler. Gail hadn’t attempted mosaics before, but was game to try. “I can pretty much do anything,” said Gail, 47, a self-taught decorative painter and designer. “I had seen videos. I had always wanted to try it, but never had the opportunity. Angie purchased a bunch of stained glass scraps on eBay. The mirrors are from Lowe’s. I came over one weekend and we had a blast. Angie helped. Her older kids helped. I feel proud they were part of it. Her husband (Kyle) even got involved. We did the work on the dining room table. The two mirrors, each with a 4-inch wide mosaic frame, hang across from each other. “As family came over, they were amazed we had never done mosaic before,” said Angie, who discovered Gail and Faux Finesse through Facebook in April. Gail painted the bathroom walls a medium gray and the cabinets black. “The shower head changes colors, too,” said Angie, pulling aside the shower curtain. “Of course, the kids are in the shower forever. Next stop, half bath off the kitchen. Dark crown molding and a reflective pearl plaster finish add interest to the little bath with the pedestal sink. Gail created a nailhead border beneath the molding that Kyle put up and chose a round, hammered stainless-framed mirror. Gail estimated the room update cost $850. “I first troweled layers of pearl plaster onto the ceiling, then straight painted the walls using the same color we used on the living room focal wall to tie the two spaces together,” said Gail. “ I troweled multiple layers of silver colored plaster over the paint leaving areas where you can see the paint underneath. “That’s one nice thing about Gail,” said Angie. “If you give her a budget, she will make it happen. The color palette. Source: www.bnd.com
Mariana Martin, 5, of Sanborn showed off her many craft items, from a mosaic mirror to a pink hat festooned with green four-leaf clovers. It's her first year as a 4-H Cloverbud. "I like making crafts," Mariana said, adding she is also exhibiting two
As an 18-year-old National Serviceman, Roger Grace was involved in Operation Mosaic, a series of experiments off the north-west coast of Australia that helped build Britain's nuclear deterrent. He told the Sunday Mirror, which has campaigned since 2002
Leedy-Voulkos has a secret entrance for renters through a patio area scented by nearby barbecue restaurants. The trees, wrapped in strings of light, form a bower that shades the brick walls and large galvanized planter tubs encrusted with colorful
With the resoundingly successful close flyby completed and the piano shaped New Horizons probe now looking in the rear view mirror, the scientific booty is raining down on receivers back on Earth. However it will take about 16 months to send all the
I wanted to make it modern, give it some color.” The first project was mosaic-framed mirrors in an upstairs bathroom. Angie's shower curtain inspired her to consider mosaics. She had bought the folk-art style curtain that depicts a St. Louis-cityscape
In my small powder room, I'm going to use a beautiful and expensive mosaic behind the wall mounted sink and faucet. I don't want to cover up the mosaic with a mirror! Could I put a mirror on the side wall which is right next to the sink?