Richard H Jordan III
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Born in Copenhagen Denmark on April 26, 1972. Grew up in Philadelphia PA and Rochester NY. Spent time in the arctic with my father the archaeologist anthropologist. Labrador, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland then Kodiak Island and Fairbanks Alaska. My love for the past has influenced my photography. I lean towards the old, forgotten places, once used by humans. I still need some flash though, fast cars and even faster boats get me going. By tying the present with the past it gives me a sense of place, even a purpose. So enjoy my images and if you feel like it, leave a comment or two. See you in the field, or maybe track-side, camera ready, with a smile on my face. -Richard III

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Beautifully captured scenery! It's funny, as I have published an image a few days ago here from my german hometown with exactly the same title: Das Gotische Haus. However, the "Gothic House" in Rochester seems to be hundreds of years younger than our gothic house, which was built in 1421.
YSL for your shot.
Best wishes

Glad you got that shot, all filled in at this spot now.

Thank you Richard yes a lot of history here the D&H before it was a railroad it was the canal from PA out to the Hudson River for coal deliveries to NYC. Roebling constructed this bathtub style bridge over the delaware to allow the canal boats easy access to the other side of the river pure genius for back in the day. For this area to top it all off you have the Zane Grey Museum... When you get to photograph the bridge in Palmyra let me know I'd like to see your photos of it..

That was my favorite place. Always a breeze up there and the view was stunning, the big lake on one side and Sandy Pond on the other. For a while the big dune moved over a tall tree. The rope swing was great, launch yourself part way down the dune then run the rest of the way into the water. What a place to be a kid, the best.

Rick, you are correct this is a NYC station. Part of the fun of history is learnig all the time. I thank you for the enlightenment. If you visit this station today it has been restored and is painted white. I am glad it is saved but I like the old worn look myself.

Excellent view of Central Terminal, one of my favorite places. Thank you for all the arial images of Buffalo NY. Keep up the good work.

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