Preservation Photos

Preservation in Pink is introducing a new weekly series: Preservation Photos. Every Tuesday, expect a historic preservation related photograph. Perhaps a building, a landscape shot, an architectural detail, field work scenes, graduate school studies, scenes of Burlington, and probably many more. You, preservationists, know just how far a tangent can go.

There are a few reasons for this new series. First, since I find myself in new surroundings constantly and I have yet to be unimpressed by Vermont, I like to take pictures everywhere. Second, most of my preservation projects require accompanying photographs. We have an interesting batch of projects, research, and field work to share. Third, with the stacks of books to read and the projects beginning to snowball, sometimes it is nice to just have a photograph at which to gaze rather than blocks of text.

Enjoy the indefinite series and please, feel free to contribute.

One thought on “Preservation Photos

  1. Sabra Smith says:

    Egads — I must have picked up on your wavelength! Not only are we using the same theme (blush; think people will notice?) but I swear on this very same day I was wondering what I could do with a certain photo I took downtown and decided to establish Foto Fridays (we are big on misspelling the “f” sound here in PHiladelphia). If we ever go to the same party, I am definitely calling you beforehand so we don’t end up wearing the same thing….

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