Sunday, July 5, 2009

Norman J. Levy Preserve

So I have this job as sort of the unofficial photographer for every nature preserve within 15 miles of my home. Its an unpaid and unappointed position, there are no benefits and no real hours. And now I present the Norman J. Levy Preserve in Merrick (Long Island) New York. Built atop a landfill (to get to it you even have to go thru the entrance of the Dept. of Sanitation), this preserve is a very nice and surprising find. It so appropriately fits into my apparent recurring 'garbage aesthetic'.

Its 50 acres and has some nice walking paths (no wilderness hiking here). Its probably one of the few points in Nassau County where you can actually see the Manhattan skyline.
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How beautiful the scenery~~