For fall, volunteers from the "Maison de la Nature et de l'Environnement" ("House of Nature and Environment") in Orleans concocted free nature outings for all audiences. The making of a work of Land Art in the Botanical Gardens of Orleans, in search of clues and traces of animals inhabiting the Loire, to making feeders to prepare for animals for winter, fall activities abound around Loiret.
COPENHAGEN - Blomsterskuret- An indescribably cosy "flowers shed." Martin Reinicke is the flower decorator and a master of creative ideas in working with botanicals; with attention to the slightly more arvant-garde plants.
Sugar Mill: 1876-1889. Simple, single-cylinder, horizontal, reciprocating steam engine, model no. Manufactured by Ames Iron Works, Oswego, New York, 1879. View: Steam engine powered the mill's centrifugals. Steam-feed pipe at top left of engine. Steam exhaust pipe leaves base of engine on right end and projects upwards. The boiler feed and supply pipe running water through the engine's pre-heat system are seen running to the lower left end of the engine.