Tag Archives: history

Power of the Past

The other day, I showed an old working engine. Here are some other images that I made at a local show that was aptly named “The Power of the Past”.

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Doors of Old Sturbridge Village – Part 2

The second half of the door images from Old Sturbridge Village in Central Massachusetts. It is a beautiful place to visit in any season.

Doors of Old Sturbridge Village – Part 1

Last weekend we went out to Old Sturbridge Village, a living history museum set in the 1830s. I made a series of images of doors there and thought I would show them today because there is a tradition of showing doors on Thursdays.

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Old North Church in Sihlouette

Old North Church
One of the most famed and historic churches in U.S. history. The number of lights hung in the tower signaled the militia as to whether enemy troops were approaching by land or sea.

One (light) if by land,
Two if by sea.

Bragging rights to the first person who can say the number of lanterns hung as a signal.

The Old Massachusetts State House

Old Massachusetts State House
When I go to Boston for early morning shoots, I drive down in the dark and about a block from where I park…BAM…I see this building all lit up and it just about blinds me. But, I love it. It is surrounded by streets and tall buildings. This shot was made standing in the middle of the street, which you can do at 5:00 AM on a Sunday.

Downtown Boston

These are a collection of odd shots of things you might see if you walked around the Downtown Crossing area of Boston and headed along Washington Street towards Faneuil Hall. Boston t-shirts and costumed tour guides are a part of the everyday scenery here.