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Baxter Estate Pond

Published 7 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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The Baxter house was started in the 1690s. This is the pond I used to ice skate on when I was a kid.

Old Oak and Cemetery

Published 7 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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The oak tree is at least twice as old as the graves, at over 600 years old.

Malakofff Diggins State Park

Published 7 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Malakoff Diggins State Park in North Bloomfield, California.

Old School House

Published 8 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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School used in North Bloomfield, built in 1872-3 and used up to 1941.

Frick House in Pittsburgh

Published 13 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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I love the fact that when redecorating the house, aluminum was rarer than gold, and the Fricks used it to add an ostentatious touch to the house.

Downtown Santa Fe

Published 13 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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San Francisco St and Galisteo St in Santa Fe, just a block from the plaza.

Santa Fe Opera House

Published 13 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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An empty Santa Fe Opera House. Hadn't been here in 25 years. What a great place to see an opera.

Multi-Room Cavates in Bandelier

Published 13 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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One of the many Cavates you can enter at Bandelier. I figure not too many houses have a view like this one.

Hidden Art and Chocolate

Published 20 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Funky, artsy shops line the street and try to pull in the tourists in Lenox, MA.

Crossroads in Lenox

Published 20 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Crossroads (Church St and Housatonic) in Lenox, MA.

St Ann Church

Published 20 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Inside St Ann Church in Lenox, Massachusetts.

Phipps Conservatory - Center for Sustainable Landscape

Published 20 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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From Phipps Website: "Sustainable architecture and landscape design are taking giant steps forward at Phipps with<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/phipps-conservatory-center-for-sustainable-landscape">...(more)</a>

Bandelier Cavates

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Family enjoying a cozy cavates at Bandelier National Monument.

The Broderie Garden

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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As the plaque says, "In the manner of seventeenth-century French "Parterre de Broderie"

Gazebo in Ligonier

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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The town was getting ready for the concert in front of the Town Hall. Quite the crowd.

Entrance to the Phipps Conservatory

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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The chandelier at the entrance of the Phipps Conservatory. Goldenrod, Teal and Citron Chandelier by Dale Chihuly 2007.

The East Room, Phipps Conservatory

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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The East Room of the Phipps Conservatory. There was a train motif this visit.

Kitchen from the 50s

Published 21 days ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Kitchen before the remodel.

Calaveras Big Tree State Park

Published about 1 month ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Two giant sequoia trees in Calaveras Big Tree State Park's north grove.

Port Washington Library

Published about 1 month ago by Jim Quittmeyer

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Childhood memories abound here close to school and church. Aah, and remember the penny candy.