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Film Noir

Published about 3 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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I thought it would be fun to create a 360-degree panoramic image of the American "Film Noir" theme where a femme fatale harms a private investigator. Our fe<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/film-noir">...(more)</a>

Kim Carrigan and Gene Lavanchy Broadcast from Bedford Town Common

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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Kim Carrigan and Gene Lavanchy from Fox TV Channel 25 in Boston are broadcasting from Bedford Town common.

Fox 25 Zip Trip Bedford Morning News Team

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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Fox TV in Boston, channel 25, visited Bedford, MA as part of it's Zip Trip show. This image shows the morning broadcast team with others.

Ferry Beach Playground

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This playground is at Ferry Beach, Saco, Maine.  The sunrise makes for interesting shadow patterns in the sand.

Sunrise at Ferry Beach, Saco, Maine

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This boardwalk near the Quillen building takes you to the beach at the Atlantic Ocean.  The sun rises directly at the end of the boardwalk at about 5:30 am in May.

Library at Middlesex Community College

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This backside view of the library at Middlesex Community College offers interesting architectural perspective.

Middlesex Community College

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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Middlesex Community College is in Bedford, Massachusetts.

American Society of Picture Professionals Trade Show

Published about 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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The American Society of Picture Professionals held it's 2010 annual meeting at the Omni Parker Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. This virtual tour image was taken at the trade show.

Lou Jones Photography Studio

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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Master photographer Lou Jones and his associates at his East Boston studio.

Senator Edward Kennedy visits First Parish in Bedford, MA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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On October 18, 2006, Senator Edward Kennedy visited the First Parish church in Bedford, MA. This image was taken as the Senator laid a wreath onto the World War II Memorial.

New England Photography Meetup at Kitty's Restaurant, North Reading, MA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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The New England Photography Expeditions Meetup group welcomed Bob Watts, Nikon Representative, and Angel Rodriguez from Ritz Camera, Nashua, NH. We had great food and saw first images from the new Nikon D90.

Bedford Minuteman Statue

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This statue depicts a minuteman who participated in the American Revolutionary War against the British. In the east, the sun is just rising.  The statue is alongside the Great Road in Bedford, Massachusetts.

Revere Beach, MA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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Kelly's Roast Beef is a famous restaurant on Revere Beach and can be seen across the street from the beach.  They have great seafood and fried clams.

Captain Parker Statue at Lexington Battle Green

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This is the Captain Parker statue at the edge of the Lexington Battle Green, Lexington, MA.  Captain Parker was the leader of the Minutemen Soldiers who offered resistance to the British Troops.

Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston, MA USA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This view is taken under the great dome of the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Hartwell Tavern on Battle Road, Concord, MA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This tavern was a regular stopping point for travelers to and from Boston. 

Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown, MA

Published over 4 years ago by Carlton SooHoo

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This monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill fought during the American Revolutionary War, June 17, 1775.