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Sunset Country Club wanted to have their photos of the course updated and asked me to help in the project. This may take some time, because of weather, light and time of the year. It takes time to get a quality photograph. Here is the story of the heritage of Sunset Country Club. In 1910 Adolphus […]

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Bellefontaine Cemetery (established in 1849) and the Roman Catholic Calvary Cemetery (established in 1857) in St. Louis, Missouri are adjacent burial grounds, which have numerous historic and extravagant tombstones and mausoleums. They are the necropolis for a number of prominent local and state politicians, as well as soldiers of the American Civil War. Founders planned Bellefontaine Cemetery to make room for development in the business area before the cholera epidemic of […]

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The other day I woke up to a foggy morning and I looked out the window and saw this scary looking bus stop. Our neighborhood had a bus stop that was decorated for halloween with Jack’O Lanterns. I stopped and started thinking if ghost were riding the bus that foggy night.

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Jay Maisel (born January 18, 1931, Brooklyn, New York) is an American color photographer. His awards include the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, the Lifetime Achievement Award of the American Society of Media Photographers, and the Infinity Award of the International Center of Photography. Maisel primarily shoots with a Nikon D3. Maisel studied painting and graphic design at Manhattan’s Cooper Union and at Yale University, […]

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