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I've been taking photos for pleasure about 35 years. I loved my Nikon SLR and used slide film exclusively, but converted to digital in 2004. The great symphony conductor Herbert von Karajan said about digital recording "Everything else is gaslight," and I agree. I hope you enjoy the photos and their subjects.
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beautiful photo. I drove through here in the highway this past may- breathtaking... alas driving too fast to capture the natural beauty you have.

Nice shot of Jekyll Island. Thanks Pfaffendorn.

David, So good to see your work. Please email me I very much want to reconnect, Karl

Would love to sit under the shade. Beautiful picture.

3 to 3-1/2 hour ride

Like, excellent shot.

Amazing picture! Just wanted to clarify for anyone checking this out who is interested in visiting Nevada City- I'm guessing this shot was taken in the early 1980s. The buildings are all still here but they look a bit different now!

Wow, I never knew the story behind the Pali! Thanks for sharing Pfaffendorn!

A fantastically surreal view of the Ocean Beach!

The "Cathedral of the Plains" is Saint Fidelis Catholic Church in Victoria, Kansas. Built between 1908 and 1911, at the time of its dedication it was the largest church west of the Mississippi River. The church is 220 feet long, 110 feet wide at the transepts and 75 feet at the nave. Its ceiling is 44 feet above the ground and the towers are 141 feet tall. Unlike many other important churches which use faux materials and finishes, the nave columns are made of Vermont granite which was dragged from the railroad on horse-drawn sledges along unpaved roads. The exterior is constructed of large native limestone blocks weighing from 50 to 100 pounds each. The Romanesque-design church contains German windows & works of art, Austrian hand carved stations of the cross, and an Italian marble altar.

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