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January 6, 2018

A Small Batch Of Slides

Zebras, Living Desert - 2001 (2)
Zebras at Living Desert, 2001.

They That Go Down To The Sea In Ships, Gloucester - Kodachrome - 2002
"They That Go Down To The Sea In Ships"
, Gloucester, Massachusetts. Kodachrome, 2002. This was erected at the tercentenary of Gloucester in 1923 as a memorial to all fishermen lost at sea.

The Scout, Kansas City - Kodachrome - 1991
"The Scout,"
a sculpture of a Sioux Indian astride a horse. Kodachrome, 1991. This is in Kansas City and is considered one of the icons of the city. It was on the cover of the Kansas City phonebook for a number of years. Originally displayed at the 1915 Panama-Pacific Expo in San Francisco, it was installed temporarily in Kansas City after that. It was paid for and dedicated in 1922.

Palm Springs Resort - Ektachrome
A resort in the Warm Sands neighborhood of Palm Springs.
Ektachrome, probably 2001. This B&B used to be across the street from Inndulge, but has changed hands and undergone a major transformation since then.

Frog Pond Ice Rink, Boston Common - Kodachrome - 2002 (stitched)
In winter, the Frog Pond in Boston Common is transformed into a skating rink.
Stitched from three Kodachrome slides dated 2002.

Customs House Tower - Kodachrome - 1991
Customs House Tower in Boston
. Kodachrome, 1991.

Bunker Hill Monument - Kodachrome - 2002 (stitched)
The Bunker Hill Monument on Breed's Hill
in Charlestown, Boston. Stitched from three Kodachrome slides from 2002. The statue at the base of the monument is of Colonel William Prescott, commander of the American forces at the battle who gave the order "Do not fire until you see the whites of their eyes."

Filed under Architecture,History,Photography | permalink | January 6, 2018 at 08:55 PM


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