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The Monastery at Solstice
Philadelphia

One of the oldest houses in Philadelphia is The Monastery, on Kitchens Lane in Wissahickon park.  The adjacent barn has been an equestrian center for almost as long.  This is my Summer Solstice pano for 2014.

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