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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Greysolon plaza, Duluth MN.

    First view is from a distance. This was in 2013 recreating one of the very first large format exposures I ever made ten years earlier.



    And then again at the end of 2013 when snow accumulation caused the awning to collapse. It has since been restored.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Yavapai County Courthouse, Prescott Arizona June 2017, Busch Pressman Model D.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    [QUOTE=evanbaines;1400138]

    great image!

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    Dave, incredible! Are the main timbers from the 14th century?
    Thanks!
    Some of the very oldest are, yes, though the building has undergone sensitive restoration using the traditional materials and techniques.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings



    Duderstadt, St. Servatius Church, choir built 1370, seen from town hall tower.
    I made this preparing a workshow in Oktober, see anouncements and the lounge
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

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    Looks great Jesse!

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Berkeley Plantation by JOHN EARLEY, on Flickr
    Berkeley Plantation (1726), one of the first slave rearing estates in America, comprises about 1,000 acres (400 ha) on the banks of the James River on State Route 5 in Charles City County, Virginia. Berkeley Plantation was originally called Berkeley Hundred and named after the Berkeley Company of England. Benjamin Harrison IV built on the estate what is believed to be the oldest three-story brick mansion in Virginia and is the ancestral home to two Presidents of the United States: William Henry Harrison, his grandson, and Benjamin Harrison his great-great-grandson. It is now a museum property, open to the public.

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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    This is more of a historic structure than a historic building, but it seems appropriate here.

    I have begun a new round of photography as a volunteer effort on behalf of the Preservation League of New York State, which just released its next Seven to Save list, the seven most threatened historic sites in the state. Here is a view of a portion of the aqueduct that was built in 1841 to carry the enlarged Erie Canal across Schoharie Creek adjacent to the Mohawk River some 40 miles northwest of Albany, NY. Approximately half of the aqueduct, constructed of limestone blocks, has now collapsed as a result of erosion from the waters of Schoharie Creek.

    The New York State Canal Corporation manages the entire Erie Canal across the state, and essentially drains the canal during the winter season. The canal will be refilled in another couple of weeks, so it was important to get there before the higher water prevented my getting this close to the structure. It is a fantastic thing, and wonderfully photogenic.

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