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Billy Visits Scotland – Dunnottar Castle

This was one of those “the best laid plans of mice and coos oft times go astray” moments with visiting this castle. We had a lovely breakfast at our BnB with the plans for the day being to visit Dunnottar … Continue reading

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Halloween Week – Abandoned House #5

There’s an interesting story that goes with this image.  I kinda sorta remember where I found this house (actually it was an entire abandoned block) I remember the images I took BUT I cannot recall when I took this photo … Continue reading

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Halloween Week – Abandoned House #4

This one I am still confused about.  I know that it was inhabited not too terribly long ago and then a big sign appeared saying the land was for sale.  The surrounding farmland was purchased and they tore down a … Continue reading

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Halloween Week – Spooky House #3

This was my very first abandoned home to photograph.  Anyone have any ideas what kind of architectural style this might be?  The two front doors always had me wondering. Teri📷

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The Ohio Theatre

Welcome to the Ohio Theatre!  Designed by Scottish born architect, Thomas W. Lamb, who wanted it to be a palace for the average man.  It opened in 1928 as a Lowe’s movie house with it’s own orchestra and theatre organ.  … Continue reading

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The Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre was a 1926 vaudeville house with an interior designed with inspiration from the Palais de Versailles in France.  In 2018 a $6 million dollar renovation (which included a new roof, high efficiency heating and some work on … Continue reading

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How to get to an iconic spot when in NYC

Well first you have to get to New York City any way you can and from there it can get interesting.  Your choices are taxi, train, subway, ferry, water taxi and of course by foot.  On the day I wanted … Continue reading

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A day at the Oculus #1 – From on high

A photo series of my time at the Oculus (World Trade Center Path Station) in New York.  This place is a photographers dream.  So many things to photograph, so many people coming and going; it’s wonderful. Comments are welcomed – … Continue reading

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One World Observatory

Visiting the One World Observatory is definitely an experience to partake of when in lower Manhattan.  They offer the option of booking your ticket/s ahead of time for a specific time slot or you can take your chances and just … Continue reading

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Outside of the Oculus

I wish I had brought a wider lens with me than the 24mm these images were shot with but then again New York has very big and very tall buildings so you do the best you can.  While the outside … Continue reading

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