Nice photo. Thanks for sharing. I'm thinking that the sculptor put the arrow on the wrong side of the bow. Hard to tell if she's blonde. Ha.
i was raised in Dubois. Your pictures make me a little home sick !
Thanks a lot James for this information! I visited both churches in one day although there was no special reason for that. I got relatives at the gave yard at Dolm kirke. It's great if my photos can help people in some way.
Great photo and thanks for posting. If I may offer a correction to your title for the photo - that is not "Cambrian Rock." but rather it's "Chamberlin Rock" and the actual rock happens to be "pre-Cambrian." The plaque on the boulder "commemerates the services to Wisconsin of Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin" a State Geologist and a President of the University of Wisconsin in the 1800s. See http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=32249
That's a fine series of four photos of the Milwaukee Street barn and silo. Keep at it! Maybe a shot after a snowfall, during a thunderstorm, close-ups of the barn and silo, etc. You are making what may very well be historical photos that folks will love to see 50 or 100 years from now! Are you old enough to have attended the annual summer "East Side Businessmen's Festival" carnival in the field across the street? Lots of memories were made in that empty piece of land across the street from you!
Oh. . . I have just viewed YOUR photos posted to Panoramio and see someone on the beach that I believe I know. Ha. Well then, please forgive my going on and on in my previous note. It's nice to sort of make your acquaintance, Marisa. ~JH
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Thank you for sharing your photo of Hopen Kirke at Hopen on Smola. I am a relative of Herbert Hopen, here in Wisconsin, whose grandfather Ole Hopen took his surname from Hopen farm on nearby Hitra island near Melandsjo. We suspect that the Hopen name migrated from Hopen at Smola to Hitra long ago. I will share your photo with Herbert Hopen. He visited Hopen at Smola many years ago. ~ James Herrick