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Uploaded: 08/14/14 11:30 PM GMT
Abraham Hasbrouck House - New Paltz 2
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It's time to tromp through backyards to see the rear of the old stone houses. Looking across from the Olive Hasbrouck Whittier Memorial Garden, the south and east sides of the house are visible. Built in three stages, from 1721 and 1734, there are two doors to the back yard, as well as an entry to the cellar kitchen. Three-exposure HDR, early morning image. Beyond the house, a portion of the Freer House is visible.

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.snapshooter87
08/14/14 11:37 PM GMT
This one seems the prettiest, though I think it's the colorful garden flowers and the excellent framing the trees provide.
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.Starglow
08/15/14 12:57 AM GMT
Wonderful angle to your shot. Another beautiful structure.
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::0930_23
08/15/14 1:26 AM GMT
The lighting is great Thad.
Obviously Abe had the dog in the pen.

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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
.icedancer
08/15/14 1:42 AM GMT
Wonderful information I also see there is a storm cellar with those slanted doors. This one is my favorite so far Thad, outstanding detail and such gorgeous stone work. Really like the way flowers and the trees frame this beautiful home
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::biffobear
08/15/14 6:59 AM GMT
Great sturdy houses..Lovely image...R.
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::corngrowth
08/15/14 8:54 AM GMT
I've told you again Thad that I see a lots of similarities in ancient houses of the 'old' world across the big pond.

A feast of reconnaissance again!

Regards, Cornelius.
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::tigger3
08/15/14 11:47 AM GMT
This is very nice, I really like the contrast of the shutters against the lovely stone work. Nice natural framing too.
Tigs♥ =^..^=
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::trixxie17
08/15/14 7:29 PM GMT
This is really beautiful Thad - the eastern area of our country was settled so much earlier than here in the Midwest - we still had log cabins when this home was already 100 years old!
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::Flmngseabass
08/15/14 10:20 PM GMT
Wow!! The stonework here is amazing Thad!! Superb image quality forever saving this in our collective minds eyes:"). Thanks for sharing this beauty:)
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.fivepatch77
08/18/14 7:42 PM GMT
Very nice image, Thank you for sharing...I can see my self relaxing in the shade sipping on lemonade!!
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::nanadoo
08/22/14 2:27 PM GMT
Congrats on placing in the History contest!
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::0930_23
08/22/14 3:30 PM GMT
Congrats on your placement in the contest Thad.
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::LynEve
08/23/14 12:58 AM GMT
Congrats Thad on your placement with this beautiful image, filled with history
LE
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::Flmngseabass
09/05/14 9:20 PM GMT
I neglected to congratulate you Thad on your contest entry. A well deserved 5th place (1st place to you maybe win???
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