Tag Archives: summer

On the Outs

A photo essay.

Of summer’s many symbols, the most American is baseball. Not major or minor league; not varsity or little league; but sandlot-style ball—raw, disorganized, unkempt baseball. …

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Shadowy Figures

A photo essay.

Negative space is the space you don’t naturally notice, even when you’re looking at it. …

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Fountain of Youth

Easily in the running for the funnest place in New Haven yesterday afternoon was the splash pad at Lighthouse Point Park.

A plastic-fronded palm tree spouted water into the sky…

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Chill Out!

7 Sundial Splash Pad at Edgewood Park

According to weather.com, the hottest day in New Haven history topped out at 103 degrees, measured in 1957. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration deems a 106-degree scorcher in Danbury on July 15, 1995, to be the state’s hottest in its …

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A Light Touch

Lighthouse Park, New Haven

It’s June, and Lighthouse Point Park is back in the swim of things.

It’s also been in the news. A City Hall move to raise parking fees there for New Haven residents (from free to a proposed $20) was rejected …

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