Water Towers of the South As I travel around the southeastern United States with my cameras I find it interesting to check out and photograph unusual municipal (and other) water towers. These fixtures’ designs often have a lot to say about the town where they are located. Here are a few of those that I […]Read More Water Towers of the South
I recently stopped in Albertville, Alabama, for a photoshoot and ran across this statue celebrating the Albertville plant of the Mueller Company’s manufacture of their four millionth hydrant. Of course, city officials declared their city “Fire Hydrant Capital of the World.” The website “MentalFloss” reported Albertville, Alabama, is the fire hydrant capital of the world. After […]Read More Fire Hydrant Capital of The World!
A big part of my life growing up in Quincy, Massachusetts, was my many trips to Harpswell, Maine. Harpswell is a small town outside of Brunswick. Harpswell is made up of several islands as well as the peninsular known as Harpswell Neck that extends out into Casco Bay. My grandfather’s camp was on the western […]Read More Harpswell Neck Maine