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Deadwood

You may have heard of Deadwood, South Dakota, from the HBO series. The entire town (pop.: 1380) is a National Historic Landmark and it’s filled with beautiful old architecture. Deadwood started out as a mining town after a miner named … Continue reading

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Angel of the Sea

There’s a pretty amazing bed & breakfast in Cape May, N.J. Angel of the Sea is in several top ten B&B lists and it’s easy to see why…. According to the web site, “Angel of the Sea was built around … Continue reading

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Cape May, Part III

In addition to beautiful Victorians, Cape May has some pretty charming restaurants and shops. I didn’t photograph the former, because it was lunchtime and I didn’t feel like photographing people eating. Too invasive. Here are two colorful shopping spots, though…. … Continue reading

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Cape May, Part II

Back to Cape May, N.J…. As I mentioned, many of the old Victorians were harder to see because of all the overhanging branches. This is one of the few with unobstructed views. It’s in such great shape too. I can’t … Continue reading

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Cape May, Part I

I took a lot of photos in Cape May, New Jersey. So many that I’ll have to break this into three parts. Warning: if you hate Victorian-era architecture, you may want to sign off now. 🙂 According to Wikipedia, in … Continue reading

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