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Category Archives: Americana

Available In My Galleries Here Nothing signals a vision of the future circa mid-20th Century America like a monorail and a glass pyramid. And I say that with absolute fondness. I’ve been to Epcot 7 or 8 times and I have never been in that glass pyramid, which houses the Imagination! ride and exhibit.  It […]

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Available In My Galleries Here This small storefront on Sunset Boulevard in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios is really a side entrance to the Legends of Hollywood store in the Hollywood Studios park. This was taken with a pocket 35mm film camera, the Contax T3 and Kodak Tri-X film. This website has a nice write-up, […]

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Available in the Gallery Here and Here. I’m not sure if I prefer the version with or without the people and horses. I have shown this scene before. It’s Jamaica Bay Riding Academy in Brooklyn. I just love writing that because this is about the least Brooklyn thing I can think of. This is also […]

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This imposing figure was created to be the figurehead on the Great Republic, a 335 feet-long cargo ship built in 1853. It was the longest wooden sailing cargo ship ever built in the United States. When the Great Republic first launched from Boston Harbor, the city declared a public holiday, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow recited […]

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