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I took this on a Thanksgiving trip 4 years ago, riding as a passenger and my wife drove along the Seneca River, just a bit northwest of Syracuse, where she grew up. I marked it as a solid shot but never posted it and eventually forgot it. I decided to scan the archives recently and figured […]

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This is the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Syracuse, NY, sitting on Columbus Circle downtown.  The statue of the explorer was sadly, defaced on all sides, but you can only barely tell in this image.  There are two people in the shot, and oddly enough both of them did not move while I shot a […]

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Straight ahead is the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in Armory Square Syracuse. To the right is the side of the building that houses the Landmark Theater I featured in some earlier posts. This is a fairly simple composition; I was essentially interested in the contrast between the broken base to the street lamp […]

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This is the Landmark Theatre in Downtown Syracuse, which just reopened on November 18, 2011 after a major renovation and expansion that cost $16 million. Originally opened in 1928 and known as the Loew’s State Theatre, the lobby of the theater was renovated and restored in 2000. This time they expanded and improved the stage area and […]

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