Despite New York’s relentless commercial development, the city administrators still manage to create new public open spaces to meet the community needs. The Hudson River and East River waterfronts have formed the primary focus for much of this new public open space. A recent visit to New York in April provided an opportunity to see how development of a number of new waterfront open spaces progressed since my previous visit a few years ago.Read More
While sandstone is now the most visible geological formation in the Blue Mountains, much of area was once covered by a huge basalt lava sheet. Although most of sheet has been eroded away, basalt caps remain at Mt Tomah, Mt Wilson, Mt Banks and Mt Irvine.