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This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Dave Beckerman:
Monday January 16 1995. Cloudy with rain. Yes, it was always a violent world with violent headlines. Especially in New York City.
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This weeks “Postcard of the Week” is a vintage “Chrome” postcard from circa mid 1960’s. The Kancamagus Highway or “Kanc” as it is affectionately know is 32 mile exceptionally beautiful road the connects Lincoln, NH to North Conway, NH. It offers spectacular views of the White Mountain National Forest. I’ve traveled this scenic byway many times and it always seems to thrill!
This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Katie Vaz a local artist from Candor, NY. Katie traveled to the northern Norway island of Kvaløya near the city of Tromsø to relax at Yggdrasiltunet a farmstead bed and breakfast. Please take a moment to visit Katie’s website either by clicking on her name or by following this link. http://www.katievaz.com
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This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Chad Smith of the Adirondack Canoe Company in Minerva, NY. On January 1st 2016 Chad and his wife Emily paddle into the New Year along Minerva Stream. Their canoe is a light weight 16′ long 32″ wide kevlar tandem canoe called the “Tamarac”.
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This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Charles Freericks of Santa Monica, California.
This weeks “Photo of the Week” was captured by myself during an after Christmas trip into Manhattan. I created the image with a Canon EOS 3 on Fuji Press 800 print film.
This weeks “Photo of the Week” comes from Brock Kerchner of Mechanicsburg, PA.
“I was 5 years old and it was Christmas time in Kutztown, PA. We always got up early and opened our gifts from my family but then we would break, shower and clean up as we waited for our extended family to arrive and continued opening gifts. That is why you see gifts unopened. My first Lionel train was “The Cargo King” seen behind me that I still have today running around my tree. You can also see a Mr. T figurine on the caboose flat and a Hot Wheels toy in the foreground left. My grandfather who was a master carpenter and craftsman built this house himself on a corner lot of what was their farm. He sold the farm except for this corner land to build his house on.
This was his holiday, he had an incredible workshop and after September we were never aloud to go downstairs to it. He would start building AMAZING things for his children and grandchildren out of wood, intricate difficult things. Our houses are filled with them. Christmas afternoon he would unveil them to us, he was my Santa. My grandmother would help sand and stain them as well. He did this work until until he passed 6 years ago in his 80’s.”