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What I do: Recording a location, as it is, not necessarily creating a piece of art but rather showing its true tenor. Finding some particular beauty in a location and showing it as well as I can. I don't get nostalgic in my photos, other than sometimes showing how an area used to look and how it looks now. See what I see. New places, old places--sometimes you have to look at the familiar as if you've never seen it before. How would someone who has never been there know what it will look like on their first visit? Viewer: http://cestavoir.free.fr/viewer2.html?1249681

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The Soldiers’ Monument, a memorial to Civil War heroes, was dedicated July 15, 1874. Erected by the people of Worcester in memory of her sons who died for the unity of the Republic AD 1861-1865.
ROGERS, Randolph (1825-1892) American sculptor. The city voted to appropriate $35,000, making a total of $50,000, which was the cost of the monument. Randolph Rogers of Rome was the sculptor. The monument was dedicated July 15, 1874. Its height is 65 feet.

Chase building 44 Front street, Worcester MA Built by R.C. Taylor in 1886 Named for his first wife Mary Louise Chase At the time Mr. Taylor owned about half the buildings on Front street.

Impressive color. It seems to be burning the sea. Very beautiful picture with attractive effects of light and color. * I LOVE IT VERY MUCH*. Greetings from Spain.

Thanksssss Danialba!!!

Greetings, Michel

I have adjusted the camera's position to match Panoramicist's recommendation. Thanks for the suggestion.


You've got a good eye for what may be worth photographing. Obviously, you need to better control your equipment, but at the same time the camera you were using for some shots such as this one has its own creative capabilities--I like the lens flare in this and a couple of the other shots!

Don't hesitate to take lots of photos though. The equipment will let you do it, so take advantage of it.


Almost any of your shots are winners! This is an intriguing photo--why would the lantern be there? At the same time, it really does fit. The shapes of the lantern and the fence go together, and the candle's flame attracts the eye nicely.

An impressive portfolio, overall!


Hi, Vy,

This is a great shot (and not because I'm in it). It really gives us the feeling of being in the woods and the activity that might be there. My figure sort of stands out as an important subject, but by making me out of focus, it takes some of the emphasis off me and puts it instead on the mushrooms in the foreground. The mushrooms at the corner of the tree are particular interesting. Good work!



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