There is a story in Lime Springs about the very last owner of Lidke Mill. He died there about a week before he was going to sell it. He was looking out over the dam, when he thought he saw something so he leaned over and that's when he slipped and went underneath the dam and died. Now they saw that his ghost still haunts the Mill.“Ph bro its a lie”. Blerted out Jared. “No its not its 100% true.” I said. “Prove it”. “We’ll stay there overnight”. I said nervelessly. “Deal”. It took us of couple of days for us to get ready to go there. Our plan was to stay there for one night we’d plan to go there at night and leave in the morning, We also planned to graffiti the place so people knew we were there. “So what do we need”? “We need spray paint, snacks,
EDGAR ALLAN POE
Short Story: “The Black Cat”
Author: Edgar Allan Poe, 1809–49
First published: 1843
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2) Foreground – The part of an artwork that seems the closest to you.
3) Radial Balance – A type of balance in which lines or shapes spread out from a center point.
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rewritten her bold signature for more than a billion years”7. In the next section, I am going to attempt to condense over a billion years worth of Geologic History into less than ten pages. Despite complex knowledge and strange words it is a simple story of time and rocks, moving and changing: the formation of the Hudson River and its valley. The Hudson’s geological “personality” very much reflects its structure and the changes made on it, underneath it and all around it from the Pleistocene glaciations8…