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100_7601small.jpgAn Overview5 viewsA view from near the falls over the old overgrown part of the industrial area. I did not have photos of the restored and active areas in this set of photos.Ed Hodgson
100_7613small.jpgAbandoned factory6 viewsEd Hodgson
100_7615small.jpgAbandoned Factory6 viewsOne of a number of abandoned and burned out factories in an area below the falls that has not been restored. This area also contains the remains of an extensive 18th & 19th century water power distribution system.Ed Hodgson
100_7672small.jpgAbandoned Factory6 viewsEd Hodgson
arizonacloverleaf.jpgOn the Cloverleaf6 viewsTaking off from Phoenix you look down on this artistic cloverleaf highway intersection reflecting the areas southwest Indian heritage. I'm pretty sure that this view shows off the design much better than any you can get on the ground.2 commentsEd Hodgson
Castle_Hill_Light.jpgThe Castle Hill Light House6 viewsThis small classic design light house guards the southerly approach to Newport harbor and adjoins a lovely old hotel.Ed Hodgson
centuriesapart.jpgCenturies Apart5 viewsA reenactor in the doctor's home in 1836 Prairietown at Conner Prairie discusses society with a 21st century visitor.Ed Hodgson
Conanicut_Island_Light.jpgConanicut Island Light4 viewsIn its man-tended days, this lighthouse station included a working farm.Ed Hodgson
dupont1863.jpgEntering Dupont5 viewsThe view of "DuPont, Indiana - July, 1863" as you walk through the covered bridge at Conner PrairieEd Hodgson
Dutch_Island_Light.jpgDutch Island Lighthouse7 viewsEd Hodgson
frontiertrader.jpgFrontiersman 18124 viewsA reenactor in the frontier trading post in teh Lenape indian village at Conner Prairie discusses his approach to making mocassinsEd Hodgson
Goat_Island_Light.jpgGoat Island Lighthouse3 viewsThe Goat island Light sits at the northern tip of a small island that helps to protect Newport Harbor. It's close enough for pictures with some of Newport's impressive homes as a backdrop.Ed Hodgson
InsidePOW.jpgThe Prince of Wales' Lobby3 viewsThe lobby in the Prince of Wales is a beautiful space set in wonderful old dark wood and rising the full height of the old hotel. The crowning touch is the enormous bank of windows overlooking the lake and the mountains beyond. I tried to capture the unique blend of history, elegance and natural splendor here.Ed Hodgson
KezarPondAbandoned.jpgAbandoned Camp on Kezar Pond14 viewsThe canoe access to Kezar Pond is through a 1 mile stretch of the old course of the Saco River. When Kathy & I canoed there, the channel was absolutely still making for beautiful reflections like these at an abandoned camp on the narrow spit of land between the channel and the pond.2 commentsEd Hodgson
KezarPondBridge.jpgCovered Bridge at Kezar Pond6 viewsTo reach the canoe launch for Kezar Pond, you drive across a covered bridge from the early 19th century and then canoe under it on the way up the channel to the pond. This is the view of the bridge from our canoe on the way back from the pond to the launch site.Ed Hodgson
MaligneBoatHse.jpgThe Historic Boat House at Maligne Lake4 viewsEd Hodgson
pantheon.jpgThe Pantheon7 viewsEd Hodgson
PrinceofWales1.jpgEvening at the Prince of Wales8 viewsOur drive south ended at the historic Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton Lakes, NP. It's a marvelous old building and, as you can see, a long walk up to the 5th floor room where we spent the night.2 commentsEd Hodgson
quilter.jpgThe Quilter3 viewsAn engaging young lady explains the quilt pattern on which she is working and suggests others worth looking at in the prairie town.Ed Hodgson
RomeNight.jpgNight Scene Along A Roman Street10 viewsEd Hodgson
rometempleatnight.jpgThe Temple at Night13 viewsOne of the things that fascinated me in Rome was the overlay of modern and ancient. This runied temple and surroundings were at the end of the tram line we used to get into Rome from our conference hotel and surrounded by more modern city buildings. This shot was grabbed while waiting for the tram to return to the hotel after dinner. I didn't have a tripod with me, so had to do the best I could handheld. 2 commentsEd Hodgson
Rose_Island_Light.jpgThe Rose Island Lighthouse5 viewsWe took my mother-in-law to Rhode Island for a lighthouse cruise on Narragansett Bay last week and had a lovely day. This is one of the picturesque historic lighthouses we saw.Ed Hodgson
saintpetersunbeams.jpgSunbeams in St. Peter's8 viewsWhile attending a confernce in Rome, I had a little time for photography one afternoon and found the sunlight beaming into St. Peter's through the great dome for this photo.Ed Hodgson
strasbourgalongcanal.jpgAlong the Ils River in Strasbourg9 viewsHistoric buildings stretch along the Ils River in Strasbourg on a spring afternoon.2 commentsEd Hodgson
Strasbourgcanal.jpgStrasbourg - Le Petit France on the canal10 viewsHistoric buildings in the "Le Petit France" section of Strasbourg are framed by fresh spring foliage and reflected in one of Strasbourg's many canals.2 commentsEd Hodgson
strasbourgsquare.jpgCafe on the square - late on a spring afternoon7 views A random walk through Strasbourg led me to this square as sunset was approaching and the cafe crowd was gathering for before dinner conversation and drinks. I found the seemingly random array of parked motorcycles curiousEd Hodgson
Strasbourgtowers.jpgAlong the tower bridge8 viewsNear the historic "Le Petit France" district in Strasbourg cobblestone paved bridges flanked by midieival towers span the Ils RiverEd Hodgson
strascathdrldog.jpgGod's best friend?5 viewsAmong the carvings high along the side wall of the Strasbourg cathedral I found this appealing dog.Ed Hodgson
strascathdrlwindw.jpgStained glass window in the Strasbourg Cathedral13 views2 commentsEd Hodgson
Strascathedraldetail.jpgStrasbourg Cathedral Facade Detail7 viewsIntricate carvings on the Cathedral above and around its great doors were amazing to see.Ed Hodgson
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