THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS AUGUST 15, 2022
THE KEYS BLAST FROM ED KRANE & FRIENDS
AUGUST 15, 2022
Hello Everyone. The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends ("Friends being the Many Associate / Executive Contributing Editors) that send me Material. Our Readership has an Active Database of 7880+. We start every Issue with some LEAD TEASE PHOTOS of Features that Appear in this August 15th. 2022 Issue : Part 4 "Classic Movies :Behind The Scenes" from "History Club" ( Above : The Filming of Casablanca 1942) + The 2022 Key West Film Festival Nov. 16-20 https://WWW.KEYWESTFF.COM. Next in this Issue : The City of Key West Section Includes "Key West Becomes an Official Coast Guard City". Part 2 A Photographic Feature from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "RARE HISTORY" called "60 STUNNING PHOTOGRAPHS OF AMERICA IN THE 1950s and 1960s". Adorable Adoptees from the FKSPCA. Part 7 "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE IN EACH STATE"NATURES BEAUTY" ( Above North Carolina Remote Part of their Coastline). TDC ( The Tourist Development Council) https://https://https://WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM and their August Updates Including their Popular On-Line Newsletter "KEYS TRAVELER. Next : Part 7 "Natural World with AMAZING Photographs". Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden Native Plant Sale Aug. 20th. + A 99 Year Lease from the City of KW Referendum on the Aug. 23rd Ballot. Our Weekly Photographic Feature from Bill and Linda Klipp (This Week "Delta Wanderings"). Our Weekly Photographic Feature from Roberta DePiero ( This Week Roberta Covers the "Coast Guard KW City Designation Ceremony"). Next in this Issue : Konk Life Owner/Editor https://WWW.KONKLIFE.COM Guy DeBoer Sails Around the World. Thanks for Reading, Ed
Our August 15, 2022 Issue Continues BELOW with : Part 3 from Popular You-Tube Content Provider "Rare History" and The Photographic Feature "50 Amazing Photos of Las Vegas in the 1950s & 1960s" Next in this Issue : Many Amazing Memorabilia Items from ZAZOO GALLERY (Below Artist Stephen Holland & His Steve McQueen from the Movie "Bullitt". Next : Race World Offshore Nov. 6-13 ; Much Information in this Issue. Next : "UNITY TABLE" August Classes from Williams Hall and a few well Known Key West Chefs. The Art Guild of the Purple Isles has their Summer Exhibition at The Florida Keys Council of the Arts at GATO" until the end of August; (Below Isles Member Cynthia Re Robbins "Burton Bungalow Boogies" Acrylic) . Nance Frank Features Annie Dillard + Hundreds of other Artisans in her large two story Gallery on Greene.
Part 6 "Natural World with AMAZING Photographs" : Below Sunset over the Giza Pyramids Cairo, Egypt
Our August 15th. 2022 Issue Continues with the Key West Business Guild Upcoming Mixer and Luncheon + September 7-11 is "WOMENFEST". Next :Guru of Cuban-Latin American Curators Alaen Ledesma Fernandez and His Latest Exhibition called "VIRTUOUS" at Ocean Sotheby's International Realty in Islamorada MM81 (Bayside Oversees Hwy.) Featuring 6 Artists + also in this Issue August 15th. Issue is an Article on Alaen called "CANVAS REBEL" in "Studio Fine Cuban Art To Collect Latin-American Arts Magazine". Next : Covid 19 Expert Dr. John "Jack" Norris gives Us Much Information on the Latest Developments on Covid-19 & MonkeyPox. Next https://WWW.HOMETOWNKEYWEST.COM the Q&A Candidates Forum VIDEO from July 18 Conducted by President Todd German & 4 Local Political Experts.
We Continue with the August 15, 2022 Issue : Latest works from ANNA SWEET GALLERIES. Next Up : Sarah and Mark from Shade Ceramics and Shutter Photography and Michael and Jennifer from Stone Soup Gallery : Two of the Host Venues for the Next "WALK ON WHITE" Always the 3rd. Thursday of the Month (August 18). One of the Latest Artists added at Stone Soup is Lori Thompson. Next : One of the Largest Peter Max Collections is right here in Key West at The Key West Gallery and their Website (601 Duval St.) WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM . Next : 2 Sections from the KEYS FKSPCA Featuring 12 Adorable Adoptees : Below: Eleanor is a 1 & 1/2 YO Female Domestic Shorthair Cat & Persimmon is a 6 Month YO Female American Rabbit. Peter Vey , Mario Sanchez, James Kerr are Just Three of the Exhibition at Nance Frank's Gallery on Greene. The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys , The College of the Florida Keys (CFK)
The MCSO Opens their Animal Farm the 2nd. and 4th. Sundays from 1-3pm ( Next Two Sundays August 28 & September 11). WWW.TSKW.ORG & "Glow Hours" on their Hugh's View Rooftop. The Waterfront Playhouse Presents "Youth Theatre" Disney's "FROZEN" Live on Stage in August. The Key West Art & Historical Society (WWW.KWAHS.ORG) Tour of their Venues. October 28th. at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts : The Soundtrack of the Tim Burton & Danny Elfman film " The Nightmare Before Christmas" will be Performed Live by the South Florida Symphony Orchestra
Links in this Issue to the Tulip Garden of Europe in Amsterdam & Links to Japanese Landscapes and WaterFalls.
Zazoo Memorabilia Art Gallery in their 6 Sections in this August 15, 2022 Issue Includes Many Marilyn Monroe Items : Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, & A Rare Limited Edition Photo of the RAT PACK'S Frank Sinatra-Dean Martin-Peter Lawford & Sammy Davis & Rare Jim Morrison Item-Astronaut Buzz Aldren ( 2nd Man to Land on the Moon)- Al Pacino and Godfather Poster- The WHO in Pennsylvania-Eddie Van Halen-Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac- Sylvester Stallone-Paul McCartney-Bruce Springsteen-The Rolling Stones-The Beatles-Johnny Cash-Aerosmith-Led Zeppelin + Hundreds of additional Items. Next in this 8/15 Issue : Stock Island " Art Stroll" is Always the 2nd. Sat. of the Month : Next Art Stroll is Sat. Sept.10 11am-5p. (With Lots of Wooden Items by Jimmy Wray) An Extensive Tour of the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory : WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM + Their Webcam Streaming 24/7. AnnaMarie Giordano "Life Drawing Workshops" Tuesdays 11am to 2pm. Even if you are not an Automotive History Fan; you'll still enjoy these 8 to 14 Minute Video with Episodes 39 Just Released : The Rise of China Pt. 1 (Communist Car Creations) Episode 35 "THE AMERICAN SPORTS CAR CRAZE", Episode 31 " A FAILURE CALLED EDSEL" Episodes 29 PARTS 1 AND 2 "A STRUGGLE CALLED CADILLAC" and ALL the Links to Ed's Automotive Review Series. Artist to the Stars : Adam Scott Rote and his Large Wall at KWG (Key West Gallery). Executive Contributing Editor Roberta DePiero Tells us about Upcoming Key West Clean Ups / Plogging. Of Course ; these Lead Tease Photos are just a few Features of the Many in this August 15, 2022. Thanks for Reading, Ed
An Extremely Sincere Thank You from this Magazine and the THOUSANDS that have Expressed to me : How Publix in ALL their Stores were able to Organize the MASSIVE ROLLOUT of the COVID-19 VACCINES. Certainly a Monumental Challenge that was so (& Still Is) SUCCESSFUL . Here in Key West Publix GM Kevin Piper Sr. and Staffs were BRILLIANT in their Coordination of this Unchartered Venture & the Magnitude Involved.
Margo Ellis is BACK with a new quilting workshop at Williams Hall! The creative fun starts in August! View details and dates for the new workshop below and get registered now! Join the quilting fun!
LIBERATED QUILTING WORKSHOP WITH MARGO ELLIS
(4 Week Workshop)
Wednesday, August 10th - Wednesday, August 31st, 2022
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Join Instructor Margo Ellis in this 4-week workshop as you learn a quilting technique originated with Gwen Marston. It is a free piecing without worrying about precision or perfect seams. You can also bring unfinished projects you want help to finish or need help/advice on. Confident beginners welcome. Should know how to use a rotary cutter and sewing machine, wonky blocks using scraps, free-form cutting and piecing. No rulers used for basic blocks. You can select a background color or bring a variety of scraps in light, medium and dark. (There is fabric at Williams Hall for a small donation.)
Classes meet 1-4pm on Wednesday, August 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st.
To Register for ANY Williams Hall Class and for additional Information ; Click MEMBER to be Taken Directly to the Page in their website. Please feel free to reach out with any questions regarding quilting workshops - email@example.com
This is an ENCORE FEATURE from August 1 ; so the time Frames and Projections are 2 weeks Old. For Up to Date Information..Hit any of his Links Below :
Guy DeBoer "Here is the link to track my progress across the Atlantic Ocean. https://my.yb.tl/KeysSpirit/map-only/. Please follow me as I sail to France and the starting line of the Golden Globe Race. I expect to arrive by 8 to 35 days. Once again thank everyone for their support."
Go to this Official Race Website above; You will also find a Lead Feature on Guy Titled : Headline Photo: Guy deBoer, is currently mid-way in his solo transatlantic crossing qualifier. Photo: Guy deBoer Team
More of Guy DeBoer's Around the World Journey Up Shortly
It was installed by Eric Berube in its final permanent home, the lobby of the new Plantation Key Monroe County Court House. Following is the official QRC Narrative that was installed at the original painting: “JUSTICE” illustrates the Bahamian immigration to the Florida Keys and its historic contribution to early settlement and agriculture through the introduction of the banana plantation culture. On the right the image commemorates the epic, perilous and innovative construction of Flagler’s railroad. The conceptual fulcrum of Lady Justice as a Caribbean archetype pays homage to this history. Her eyes are not covered by the traditional blindfold but the wing tips of two great white herons reflecting the rich fauna and flora of The Florida Keys.
JAG GALLERY ANNOUNCES THE 2ND ANNUAL "POOLSIDE" EXHIBITION AUGUST 19 TO SEPTEMBER 5 WITH RECEPTION ON FRIDAY AUGUST 19TH.
Following the success of last summer’s juried exhibition, Duval Square’s Jag Gallery invites artists once again to “take the plunge” with an open call to artists for consideration in the gallery’s 2nd annual POOLSIDE exhibit. POOLSIDE opens with a preview reception on Friday August 19th and continues through September 5th on site and online.
The call to artists focus includes 2 and 3 dimensional original artwork, (painting, drawing, sculpture and photography) with swimming pool(s) or the suggestion of as part of the subject or the entire composition.
All details can be found at the gallery’s website www.jaggallery.art.
. The gallery is located at the Simonton Street end of Duval Square, 1075 Duval Street with ample, free parking. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Sunday noon to 5, Monday’s by appointment. For additional information call 305.407.6202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Instagram at jaggallery.
At this point, it is very difficult to assume painting only from its contemplative quality. It has already been reorganizing its own existence, physical and theoretical, for more than a century to subvert and extend a paradigm of mimesis that, at the end of the 19th century, seemed decidedly exhausted. The curious thing is that, after the popularization of the post prefix and the deliberate denial of the story of progress, the mimetic and the contemplative returned as valid creative options. Of course, said resignation validated the repetition of old procedures and, therefore, the relevance of resorting to whatever was necessary for the creation of a novel proposal from the intertextual. It is in this environment where hyperrealism plays its card. Although it boasts certain questioning winks towards the consumer society in its origins, it makes an eccentric virtuosity its most visible characteristic. I don't think I'm wrong when I say that a large part of hyperrealist painting - we can't be totalizing either - is known to be intentionally contemplative. And this is neither good nor bad, sometimes you just enjoy looking at it: a hyper-realistic painting would be something like the careful and unalterable execution of an extremely complex piece of music.
Now, depending on the operation, this contemplative act can be understood as nostalgic or technological, as painting or “post-painting”: it approaches or moves away from pure eye imitation or the reinterpretation of the process through the benefits or new challenges that it could provide the photograph. And this is almost a processual dichotomy originating in hyperrealism itself, between the purity of painting as an exercise or the technological contamination willing to expand its range. As is evident, “Virtuous” breaks these aesthetic and conceptual limits, now understood as procedure and purpose. In other words, the emblematic virtuosity of the hyperrealist is the central theme here and this, of course, implies the inevitable discussion of media and technical mediations.
But if we sharpen our gaze, we could even find in this proposal formal aspects that gravitate beyond the technical framework and the high tones in the creative scale: each artist generates a specific relationship with certain representational referents. For example, the portrait is adjusted to the suggestive restraint of the female face associated with the fashion photography of the first two thousand (Alexander Silva); the landscape moves between almost scientific naturalism (Dionel Delgado González), ethereal monumentalism with surreal twists (Marlon Infante), coastal costumbrism (Yampier Sardinas) and the metaphorical relationship of the dock as a symbol of limitations and continuities (Luis Alberto Saldaña); and the object self-constructs in a contemporary edition of the old still life (Dayron González de Armas). We speak, then, of the mimetic adaptation to a set of symbolic dialogues and affective structures that each image suggests and develops in a personal/creative fields. Everyone shows off his skills in his way, everyone is contemplative in his way.
Broadly speaking, “Virtuous” understands that contemplation leaves an important weight to the selective, subtle conditioning to the viewer's interest, a call for attention based on the ability to capture the gaze. So being contemplative is also convincing and using any resource to achieve it; and, of course, virtuosity is still a very effective tool for it. Hiding meaning to seduce formally ends up working as an alternative, an irritating but true sentence. In part, that unabashed irony of using images just to charm the eyes may be why hyperrealism has always seduced me.
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Here are the 6 Artists in his Exhibition
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“Bum Farto - The Musical” set for October 13 through October 27
Pasión Project presents “Bum Farto -The Musical,” a hilarious true crime musical that tells the tale of an infamous fire chief who tempted fate and federal agents who set him up in a 1975 Key West drug sting known as Operation Conch. The smokin’ hot show opens at the San Carlos Institute Theater in Old Town, Key West on Thursday, October 13 through October 27. Throw on your best bellbottoms, platforms, and polyester for a sizzling 70s Opening Night Gala featuring pre-show cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and groovy tunes to benefit the Key West Firehouse Museum.
Created and directed by bestselling author, actor, and comedian Pamela Stephenson Connolly, “Bum Farto - The Musical” is led by a cast of internationally-acclaimed actors, dancers, and musicians including Broadway showstopper Aaron LaVigne (“Jesus Christ, Superstar”). It features a live band and thrilling song-and-dance numbers in diverse styles— from tap dancing Square Grouper to the steamy Argentine office tango, to a piquant Cuban Salsa, and the popular Carolina Shag— set to 27 sensational songs such as “Ford Galaxy,” “Just a Girl with a Badge and a Gun,” “Bum Was Pinched,” and “Smoke Your Tuna Here” by musical director Dan Krysa. Tickets start at $35—get your hot little hands on them now at bumfartothemusical.com. Sponsored in part by Key West Art & Historical Society.
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The month of August has new & exciting culinary events to offer at Williams Hall! We are excited to present new dinners with Chef Martha & Chef Abigail Houff, Summertime wine tastings at The Roost with local sommelier Daniel McCurdy, and last but not least - we welcome new Guest Chef Sofia Artola to The Table for two festive dinners! . Our June 20th. Issue had Extensive Coverage of ALL the Culinary Events; Go to our June 20th Issue Link : https://conta.cc/3y0RtEe
or go to their Website ABOVE to SEE ALL the August Culinary Events; and many Other Events and Classesat Williams Hall.
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Click this July 18 , 2022 LINK https://conta.cc/3AQZBsV to see 10 of Chevel's Paintings ; Of course if you go in person there is a very large wall of his works and of course also a very large selection of work of CHAVEL's at the Wyland Gallery Website.I so LOVE his Paintings
What a great ceremony honoring Key West as the 30th Coast Guard city on the US Coast Guard's 232nd birthday!
Roberta DePiero with Vice Admiral Reef Perkins CRN Retired
Admiral Fagen given the Key to the City from Mayor Teri Johnston
Ron Deems Honored with a Commendation for his work to get the City Recognition as A COAST GUARD CITY; as well as all his years of service.
Assistant City Manager Todd Stoughton with Reef Perkins
Happy 99th. Birthday Anne McKee. Here she is surrounded by her Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. Marsha Williams sends regards to all and tells us : Anne McKee Artists Fund Fine Art Auction
Sunday March 12, 2023 at The Studios of Key West
Doors open 6:15pm. Auction starts 7pm.
President, Board of Directors
Anne McKee Artists Fund
4 Turtle Nests found and Protected. Here are Two Crafts : A Small Cuban Chug bringing Cuban Citizens under the Cover of Darkness and a Large Carnival Cruise Ship; Bringing many Fascinating Americans for an Hour.
"POOLSIDE" returns for another Year ( making this the 2nd Annual Event (POOLSIDE) from JAG August 19 to September 5 . Go to their website and Feature Closer to the Beginning of this August 15th. Issue for much Information. The Exhibition Kick Off Party is August 19th.
Catch this very special concert on Thursday, August 4th in the Listening Room at the Key West Theater!
Ben HarrisonSongwriter / Musician / Playwright / Author
At his core, Ben is an entertainer who manages to blend history, musical theater, Key West, country music and humor into unusual stories that are mostly true. For 16 years he played music nightly on the famous Duval Street, where—rather than covering the usual barroom standards of the time—he performed original songs with a wry twist, which established him as one of Key West’s most popular musicians. During this period, Ben recorded five different albums.
Ben has been a guest on The Howard Stern Show, This American Life, Dr. Demento, The Dick Cavett Show and more. He spent his early years in Corpus Christi, Texas. Primarily inspired by music (and Elvis), Ben bought his first guitar when he was 14 years old. His father loved theatre and took the family in their V-tail Beechcraft Bonanza to stage productions all over the country.
Though Ben still performs live, he also writes musicals, three of which are about Key West. Key West, A Musical Tour About Town is a review of songs about local characters and situations that was performed in various venues including the Red Barn Theatre. Undying Love was performed at The Studios of Key West in 2018. Most recently, Ben has written Jungletown 1921 about a double murder and a hanging on Christmas Day, a “sporting house”, prohibition and the Roaring Twenties— another true Key West story.
Guitarist / Producer / Songwriter
Larry is a seasoned contemporary performer and recording artist with an impressive musical history. Larry’s list of musical accomplishments and collaborators is extensive and includes live performances and recording dates with artists ranging from blues legends Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, James Cotton, Junior Wells, Bonnie Raitt, John Lee Hooker, James Montgomery, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Albert King, Bo Diddley and Dan Akroyd (Elwood Blues of the Blues Brothers), to jazz greats like Jay McShann, Illinois Jacquet, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, and Claude “Fiddler” Williams.
Baeder has performed in Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Africa. In 1990, Baeder joined the house band at the Apollo Theater in New York City, where he played guitar for the Legends of R&B and Soul revue.
Larry grew up in the celebrated music town of Kansas City, Missouri and graduated from vaunted Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He has served as Board President for Key West’s Bahama Village Music Program in Key West, FL, which gives free music lessons to over 200 underserved children each week.
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Part 6 "The MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE IN EACH STATE" by TRAVEL AND LEISURE Author Anne Olivia Bauso . To Go directly to the Link to see ALL 50 States Click TRAVEL or simply look at the 5 States I put in every Issue. In this Issue we'll feature : NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, OHIO, OKLAHOMA, OREGON, & PENNSYLVANIA. We will Identify the Photographer and Except Noted ALL are from Getty Images.
Bodie Island Lighthouse is on the Outer Banks in North Carolina
Amy Sparwasser/Getty Images
This remote stretch of North Carolina coastline has drawn pirates, colonists, and early aviators. Now, it's the realm of beach lovers looking for peace, quiet, white sand, and salt air. Add in the barrier islands' wild dunes (including the East Coast's largest) and multiuse paths — it's actually possible to bike the entire 100-plus-mile length of the Outer Banks — and you've got an amazing region for quaint coastal exploration.
Man mountain bikes in North Dakota on the Maah Daah Hey trail
Paul Schmidt/Getty Images
Hike, bike, or hop on a horse and ride through the remote scenery for which North Dakota is known. This 144-mile system is made up of nine trails with various lengths, difficulty ratings, and backdrops, from grassy prairies to dizzying badlands buttes. It's a timeless American landscape, and the trail is aptly named for the Mandan phrase: "An area that will be around for a long time."
The Palm House surrounded by flowers at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Ohio
Courtesy of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
You can pretend you're in Victorian London in the Crystal Palace-evoking glass greenhouse that is the cornerstone of this botanical landmark. And its biomes and gardens might transport you to the desert, rain forest, and even the Himalayas.
Thundercloud Over Prairie, Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Oklahoma
Native grasslands, the ecosystem perhaps most powerfully entwined with our national identity, are on the decline. This protected preserve is the largest sweep of tallgrass prairie in the country, and the world. Here, you can see the American plains as they looked centuries ago, with herds of bison (about 2,500 of the shaggy-haired beasts roam freely) and swaths of purple prairie clover.
A wide panorama view of blue water in Crater Lake , Oregon. Shot from Rim Village in the afternoon.
Tom Penpark/Getty Images
Crater Lake is evidence of the tectonic activity that's eternally shaping the planet. A long-ago eruption formed a giant caldera, which filled with rain and snow over time. The gradual result is a deep lake (the deepest in the country, in fact) with intense blue waters and fantastic clarity. Crater Lake's mountain setting atop the Cascade Range makes it even more hypnotic.
Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, USA
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The famous Delaware Water Gap area spans 70,000 acres (Pennsylvania and New Jersey), yet its namesake point is where the river carves through the rugged Kittatinny Mountain. See the Gap from Appalachian National Scenic Trail (AT, to in-the-know hikers), which offers a clear view from Mount Minsi.
We Continue with ALL 50 States in Part 7 in the Next Issue that will Feature 5 More States.
We now start Part 3 of "50 AMAZING PHOTOS OF LAS VEGAS IN THE 1950s and 1960s from Popular You-Tube Content Provider RARE HISTORY
Cocktail Waitresses at Ceasars Palace August 1966 Las Vegas New Bureau
Tanya thee Siamese Elephant who performed on stage at Dunes Hotel and Casino Joins Gamblers at a Blackjack Table in 1966. The Only Problem is She kept hitting on 17 and 18
This Image from a Postcard reveals the Nostalgically Technicolor World that was Freemont Street in the 1950s
Noel Coward The English Playwright was an entertainer at the Desert Inn, Las Vegas here Pictured in 1955
French Film Star Brigitte Bardot and Her New Husband German Industrialist Gunther Sachs Von Opel Leave their plane after a Flight from Las Vegas where the couple were married in a surprise Ceremony in 1966
The Thunderbird Casino Stardust Casino in the 1960s
The Stardust Casino in the 1960s
Opened in 1946 the Flamingo was the First Luxury Hotel to Open on the Las Vegas Strip
The Legendary Caesars Palace Casino
Bridgette Bardot and Gunther Sachs Von Opel Las Vegas Wedding
El Rancho Hotel 1942
Freemont Street 1967
Part 4 of "50 AMAZING PHOTOS OF LAS VEGAS IN THE 1950s AND 1960s from Popular You-Tube Content Provider RARE HISTORY; in the Next Issue
We continue with Part 6 : The natural world is full of beauty, wonder, and mystery. Nature has the power to create life and the power to take it away. As this collection of photographs show, the natural world is full of surprises that can be destructive and deadly or amazing and inspiring.
As these images were collected on the world wide web, some may be post-edited or altered. User discretion is advised.
INCREDIBLE SUPERCELL STORM NEAR HOWARD KANSAS
You can almost feel the power of this storm. That’s because it is a supercell thunderstorm, a type of storm that is categorized by strong, continuously rotating updrafts. We often see supercell storms form in the Plains states, like in Kansas where this impressive supercell was photographed. They are often observed in the area of South America known as the Tornado Corridor, too. The Tornado Corridor is in parts of Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. Supercell thunderstorms influence the weather as far away as twenty miles from the storm and they can last up to four hours.
VOLCANO ERUPTION IN CHILE
It is a good thing that Chile’s Calbuco Volcano is surrounded by a National Reserve. Still more than 1,500 people were evacuated when the volcano erupted three times in April of 2015. The last time this volcanic mountain peak erupted was in 1972. Chile and its Calbuco Volcano are located in the Ring of Fire, a ring of volcanic activity that circles the Pacific Ocean. Almost all…all but three…of the most significant volcanic eruptions in the last 11,000 years happened in volcanoes located in the Ring of Fire. Plate tectonics is responsible for the volcanic activity.
WHEN UPSET BABY ELEPHANTS THROW THEMSELVES INTO THE MUD LIKE A CHILD HAVING A TEMPER TANTRUM
What a big baby! Sometimes human babies get overwhelmed, overtired, and frustrated, and the only way they can release the stress is by throwing a temper tantrum. Well, human babies don’t have a monopoly on the tantrum front. Baby elephants have been known to break down and throw a tantrum every now and then. When they do, it is adorably hilarious and downright cute. The baby elephant shown here has thrown himself onto the mud, much to his mother’s dismay, because some aspect of elephant life hasn’t gone his way.
WATER DENSITY TEMPERATURE & SALINITY OF THE GLACIA MELT WATER + THE OFFSHORE WATERS OF THE GULF OF ALASKA MAKES THEM TOO DIFFICULT TO MIX
Not all water is the same. The make-up and temperature of ocean water differs greatly and the different types of water don’t always mix well. As this photograph shows, the density and salinity of the fresh water running off a glacier melt is so vastly different than the salty sea water of the Gulf of Alaska. The result is a distinct line where the two types of water meet but don’t mix.
WHERE DID EVEERYONE GO?
As their native habitat diminishes, bears are finding their ways into neighborhoods and backyards. Naturally curious, it is not surprising to see these bears trying out the unfamiliar playthings. This adorable little bear cub has discovered the fun of a slide. Chances are, this little guy’s mother is nearby, watching carefully to make sure her baby is safe. Just because you don’t see her, doesn’t mean she isn’t there. If mama bear senses danger, she will be right there.
Water spouts can occur in fair weather where there is not storm of tornado activity. They can form on the surface of the water and swirl upward reaching for the clouds. Once the water spout is fully formed, the funnel cloud is clearly visible. They form along the base line of developing cumulus clouds. They don’t often travel far because they form when there isn’t much wind to move them. If a water spout does reach land, fair weather water spouts usually dissipate quickly. They don’t venture too far inland.
That Concludes our 7 Part Photographic Feature : A Natural World of Beauty in 60 Photographs.
More Features from Kristen Livengood and Monroe County ; Up Shortly in this Issue
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Native Plant Sale at the Key West Tropical Forest
KEY WEST, Florida Keys – The plant Nursery at the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden will be holding its monthly native plant sale from 9am to noon Saturday, August 20, 2022. Master Gardeners will be available to answer any plant questions.
There are 165 species of native plants available including Cuban palms, Tomato and Pepper plants. The nursery inventory totals more than 2,000 plants which attract birds, butterflies and other pollinators in 1-gallon to 15-gallon pots. Key West Botanical Garden members receive a 15% discount. The Garden is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation and all proceeds directly benefit the Garden’s conservation program.
The Garden is located at 5210 College Road on Stock Island. For more information call 305-296-1504 or visit www.keywest.garden.
Here are more Photos of Guy DeBoer's Around the World Race
Garden Guardians Political Action Committee Announces Campaign to vote YES to grant the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden a 99 year lease from the City
Key West - Misha McRAE, Executive Director of the Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden announced the launch of a campaign to educate voters in Key West to vote YES on a referendum to grant the Garden Society a 99 year lease on their property on College Road. “When we approached the city commissioners, all six of them and the mayor were very supportive of this initiative.” McRAE said. “We currently are on year 6 of a 10 year lease and in order for us to secure funding for capital improvements we need to have a long term lease in place,” he added.
There will be a City Commission sponsored referendum on the August 23rd Election ballot asking voters to grant the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden a 99-year lease from the city.
A local political action committee has been formed, Garden Guardians, to encourage Key West voters to vote yes to approve the measure. “The Garden has been the keeper of the trees for 86 years,” McRAE said. “Over those 86 years we have gone from over 50 acres to 15 acres as development has taken priority over preservation and conservation. We want to preserve the remaining forest for generations to come and enjoy the native species of plants.”
The land is owned by the City of Key West and due to the limitations on lease terms this must go to the voters to be approved. The Garden Society, which was formed in 1988 and continues to care for the garden, states that the lease extension will allow them to apply for grants to make much needed capital improvements.
Improvements that are planned for the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden include physical maintenance, repairs, and general upkeep of the aging facilities; expansion of the Education offices and opportunities; and ADA compliant Boardwalk repairs. Even more importantly, the 99 year lease will allow the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden to be more visible with new signage on US1 and an improved entrance.
The Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is home to over 500 species of native plants to the Keys, Cuba, and the Caribbean. It is the only frost-free botanical garden in the continental United States.
Due to Space Constraints the Three Museums in the Hamptons area will just have the basics in this issue. Go to their websites for Information as well as find the August Events in detail in our August 1st. Issue ; Here is the Link
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Having spent much time in The Hamptons during many past Summers. Having Many Artist and Gallery Owner Friends in The Hamptons and Long Island New York; I have 400 ACTIVE Long Island names on my Database. The Southampton Arts Center, Parrish Art Museum, and Guild Hall are very similar to the TSKW, KWAHS, & Florida Keys Council of the Arts.