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Buildings and Architecture

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{Photography.101.1}: {tj2} Fri, 15 Feb 2008 15:25:04 CST (0 lines)
{erased by tj2 Fri, 27 Mar 2009 19:56:39 CDT}

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{Photography.101.2}: Coyote {coyote} Fri, 15 Feb 2008 15:49:44 CST (1 line)

Both stunning and serene. How lovely.

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{Photography.101.3}: Jenny Reiswig {jreiswig} Fri, 15 Feb 2008 22:11:01 CST (1 line)

Note that the "window" on the left wall is just painted on.

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{Photography.101.4}: David Burke {tualatin} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 15:52:19 CST (HTML)

"Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall..."


Attachment: RoyalAlbertHall.jpg (84K)

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{Photography.101.5}: Coyote {coyote} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 16:20:28 CST (2 lines)

Hey, cool! I don't think I've ever seen a photo of the RAH. I was
unaware that it's round. Gorgeous.

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{Photography.101.6}: annie {oceanannie} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:01:36 CST (3 lines)

That is a super duper pic of the Royal Albert Hall, David.....you
should sell it to them!!   The evening lighting brings out that rich
colour wonderfully.

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{Photography.101.7}: Donald Dozier {donaldpd} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:08:13 CST (1 line)

This is St. Mary's in Natchez.  It was started in 1842.

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{Photography.101.8}: Donald Dozier {donaldpd} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:18:32 CST (3 lines)

This is the Church of the Assumption at 7th & Monroe in Nashville.
It was dedicated in 1859.  Most sermons were in German until WWI
when all my Kraut forbears became Dutch.

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{Photography.101.9}: Donald Dozier {donaldpd} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:20:31 CST (4 lines)

Monroe St. Methodist, across the street from Assumption.  It started
about 1872.  Down the street was the German Methodist Church which
was started around 1850.  It took an assumed name and moved across
town.

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{Photography.101.10}: {tj2} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:36:35 CST (0 lines)
{erased by tj2 Fri, 27 Mar 2009 19:56:56 CDT}

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{Photography.101.11}: Donald Dozier {donaldpd} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 17:48:18 CST (1 line)

Looks great, Terry.  I'm deeply cut.

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{Photography.101.12}: {tj2} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 20:07:58 CST (0 lines)
{erased by tj2 Fri, 27 Mar 2009 19:57:02 CDT}

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{Photography.101.13}: annie {oceanannie} Sat, 16 Feb 2008 21:58:28 CST (3 lines)

Both pics are great - the first giving the dark mystery with the light
focussing at the high altar, and this one so we can see the detail of
the beautiful ceiling.

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{Photography.101.14}: {tualatin} Mon, 18 Feb 2008 15:44:29 CST (0 lines)
{erased by tualatin Mon, 18 Feb 2008 15:44:55 CST}

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{Photography.101.15}: David Burke {tualatin} Mon, 18 Feb 2008 15:46:28 CST (HTML)

Took my bicycle into Oslo yesterday for a good long ride around the city. It's relatively ice and snow free now compared with our town Drammen. This is one of several surviving houses of simple design and construction from late 1700s, early 1800s, in an area of Oslo called Torshov/Sagene.


Attachment: OldOslo.jpg (69K)

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{Photography.101.16}: Coyote {coyote} Mon, 18 Feb 2008 16:30:49 CST (1 line)

Nice! Simple is good. Love the color, too.

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{Photography.101.17}: annie {oceanannie} Mon, 18 Feb 2008 16:58:18 CST (1 line)

Is it on a hill?  That's a truly beautiful photo of lines and squares.

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{Photography.101.18}: Lisa Childress {lisamc} Tue, 19 Feb 2008 00:16:29 CST (2 lines)

Oh what a gorgeous color! (I swiped it for my hard drive, I cannot
tell a lie.... :o])

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{Photography.101.19}: David Burke {tualatin} Tue, 19 Feb 2008 10:24:10 CST (5 lines)

Thanks. It is a lovely green. Not really that common of a color here
actually. Norwegians are big on barn red and farmhouse yellow, and
white. Yes, Annie, the house is on a gradual hill on a bluff above
the Aker River, which wends its way down from a good-sized lake in
the mountains behind the city and empties into Oslo Fjørd

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{Photography.101.20}: Martin Booda {booda} Tue, 26 Feb 2008 09:40:09 CST (2 lines)

St. Mary's in Natchez!  Where I found my 200th geocache, so long ago.
 (Outside, not inside.)

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{Photography.101.21}: Donald Dozier {donaldpd} Tue, 26 Feb 2008 11:23:02 CST (1 line)

Did you darken the door?

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{Photography.101.22}: Martin Booda {booda} Tue, 26 Feb 2008 17:21:06 CST (1 line)

/trying to remember the sun angle when I found it...I don't think so

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{Photography.101.23}: David Burke {tualatin} Sun, 02 Mar 2008 11:23:24 CST (HTML)

My wife and I went for a walk around Drammen today. There's a hint of spring in the air now. Took some snaps of various buildings around town. Below is old part of Aass Bryggeri (www.aass.no), Norway's only remaining independent brewery (founded 1834). Most breweries here are now owned by Swedish and Danish conglomerates likes Pripps and Carlsberg.


Attachment: AasBryggeri.jpg (82K)

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{Photography.101.24}: David Burke {tualatin} Sun, 02 Mar 2008 11:25:36 CST (HTML)

This is an old log cabin style house (probably from 1800s) in the Strømsø neighborhood of Drammen, which has a high concentration of Somali immigrants.


Attachment: Str_ms_Drammen.jpg (77K)

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{Photography.101.25}: David Burke {tualatin} Sun, 02 Mar 2008 11:30:40 CST (HTML)

This is the front door to Austad Gård, an old manor house in our neighborhood that dates back to 1697. I think the current facade was built about 1813. Austad is the venue for regular classical music concerts.


Attachment: AustadG_rd.jpg (70K)

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