Food Network is working on a story about popcorn for our June issue, and we came across your photo of the popcorn stand at Canobie Lake Park. Would it be possible for you to please send us the high resolution file for consideration in our story? We would of course credit you for the image. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you get the chance!
Thanks so much,
Associate Photo Editor
Food Network Magazine
New York, NY 10019
Great photo! Hello from Athens
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Where on earth did you get an 8.8mm lens that isn't a fisheye? I had such a 15mm Voigtlander 'Heliar' that seemed about as extreme as possible. Your photo details show you are using a digital camera, which would convert a 8.5mm to about 15mm?
... good work, nice shot ... I like it!
Fantastic picture! LIKE! Best regards. Nadia.
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Happy Greetings from Wisconsin
Thanks Dave! Always appreciated.
You're Welcome. The house had many beautiful details. Tall ceilings and in the foyer there were two beautiful columns that divided the foyer from the living room.
Did you know the house had been moved from where the JR High school was on Washington St down to Roxbury Ct?