Iroquois Dances, Peace Park, Concerts, Rainbows, and Rugged Mountains

Aerial photograph by Bill Hecht of a rainbow over Cayuga Lake by Sheldrake Point

During one of our recent rain storms, aerial photographer Bill Hecht took this picture of a rainbow over Sheldrake Point, on the west shore of Cayuga Lake in Seneca County.

These are some of the things we see in the current episode (#51) of Walk in the Park TVWe move around the world, from rainbows in the Finger Lakes, to summer concerts in parks, to the annual peace ceremony in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, to the Ganondagan Native American Festival of Music and Dance, and finally to Torngat Mountains National Park in Labrador, Canada.

It is showing this week on Ithaca, NY’s public access cable channel 13 (or 97.3). [Note: Time Warner Cable has made some changes to its channels, so if you are having trouble finding this channel, see the PEGASYS page (scroll down for instructions).]

Next showings will air this weekend, Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and next Tuesday, August 13, at 8:00 p.m.       Or

You can watch it right here!

Walk in the Park, the TV show, episode 15, August 8, 2012

woodland sunflowers picnic area upper Buttermilk Falls State Park Ithaca NY

Woodland sunflowers bloom near the Lake Treman picnic area in upper Buttermilk Falls State Park, Ithaca, NY.

With more aerial views of gorges and Ithaca, Yosemite Falls in California, a trip through Enfield Glen and Lucifer Falls at Robert H. Treman State Park, a visit to two peace parks in Japan remembering the atomic attacks at the end of World War 2, music with the Horseflies on the Cornell Arts Quad, a walk looking at wildflowers and listening to frog songs along Lake Treman in Buttermilk Falls State Park, watching waterfalls in Glen Alpha and Cavern Cascade in Watkins Glen State Park, and celebration of National Lighthouse Day at Cayuga Inlet. See it all on this week’s episode of Walk in the Park, the TV show, on Ithaca public access cable channel 13. First showing will be tonight at 9:00 p.m., and lasts 29 minutes. See the full schedule.

Or watch it online here!