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. . This panorama of the Erie Canal was taken in Pittsford, New York on the afternoon of October 6, 2009. Nine portrait-mode images have been stitched together. The historic Erie Canal runs from the Hudson River in Albany to Lake Erie near Buffalo, New York. The canal was begun in 1817, completed in 1825, and enl...
The Mill City Ruin is a great museum documenting the milling heydays of Minneapolis, in the ruins of Mill A, which was destroyed by fire in the 1960's. It's a popular venue for weddings too. One of the most interesting features is the damage that the fire did to the steel structure. The temperatures that must have ...
This is also known as a red flour beetle, and it's magnified 500x using a scanning electron microscope. This is a pest beetle that causes damage to stored grains and can live up to three years. This specimen was given to us by Molly Steinwald, a PhD candidate in the Department of Zoology at Miami University.