Fine Art Photography Daily

Part 3 of Hometown Exhibition

Amy FichterRoller Skating, Shenandoah, IA

Trisha BarryEarly Morning Light, Nichols and Stone, Gardner, MA

                Mary Anne MitchellPiedmont Park Festival, Atlanta, GA

Hans BrooymansNever a dull moment on the way to the dentists’ office, Almere (The Netherlands)

John LawrenceGuam Cir., Cypress, CA

Stan Banos, Battery Park, NYC

Garry LoughlinColumb’s Barracks, Mullingar, Ireland

Keith DannemillerSan Judas Rides the Metro, México, DF, México 

April Rocha, Station 26, Santa Monica, CA
Sarah BilottaErin’s Cornfield, Hollis, NH

Diane CockerillWindshield Tourist. Los Angeles, CA 

Kimberly EdwardsSecond Line Season, New Orleans, LA

Darrell LecorreMy Neighbors, Mission, British Columbia, Canada

Harvey HanigFree TV 107 Dee  Road, North Aurora, IL

Andi SchreiberSummer’s Idyll, Scarsdale, NY 
Mitchell HartmanOn the Platform, Queens, NY
Jim Marz, My New Home Town, Crestline, CA
Gary Haigh, Parked Car,  Adelaide, South Australia    
Bill WardGlasgow Rain, Glasgow, Scotland 
Michael BarathArt Walk, Canton, OH
Sarah PollmanGardening from the series Instagram Poetry, Boston, MA 

Joel Butler, City Center, Las Vegas, NV

Emma PowellMy First House, Middlebury, VT

Frauke Langguth,  Berlin Reichstag playground, Berlin, Germany
This is well known spot in Berlin, the Reichstag building, now the seat of the German parliament Bundestag. I like the atmosphere in the picture and in reality – although the building is the centre of German politics, you can still  play soccer on the grass in front of it.  In the background you can spot two building cranes, which is also very typical for Berlin for the last two decades.

Karen Bakerhometown1, hometown2, Venice, CA

Bea FresnoRTM, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Bruce MortonMy Home Town, Bowen, IL

Jason NeelyMiddletown, Middletown, CT 

Kathy LeistnerBanks of the Abash, Lafayette, IN
I took this photograph when I came back to my hometown to help my Mom after she had heart surgery.  I grew up a few blocks from the Wabash River and in college I rowed on it with crew team at Purdue.  Flooding from the river every spring is part of life in West Lafayette/Lafayette.  Every day the river is different and always worth the time to look at it. The Battle of Tippecanoe took place about 7 miles outside of West Lafayette and it was an important waterway for the Native Americans in this area.
Shawna Gibbs, Laurel St., Claremont, NH 
Eric BreitenbachThe Family Of Trayvon Martin, Sanford, FL    
Jane GottliebSanta Barbara Mission Fire (2010), Santa Barbara, CA

Bill ChapmanDream, Cambridge, MA  

Marco BucchieriFog # 9, Pieve di Cento (Bologna, Italy)

Christa Blackwood, Austin, TX

Karen CarsonBob’s Drive-In, Toluca Lake (Burbank) CA  

Panos Lambrou, Samos Town, Samos, Greece
Here is a photo of my home town Samos Town, Samos, Greece. The house I lived in as a child is the two story house at the bottom left by the sea. I took my very first photograph on the second floor balcony of that house when I was 10 years old with a Agfa box camera.
Kevin McCollister, March 22, 2012, Los Angeles, CA
Barrry Steven GreffLone Tree at Sunset, Weston, FL 
Robert SchlaugSpalt, Germany
Alicia Goodwin, Cinema Five, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
I kissed my first boy in that theater!
Marisa SciabarrasiEntrance, Portsmouth, NH 
Ryan SegediThe world in your mailbox, Savannah, GA
Tom PaivaSewer to the Sea, Los Angeles, CA (Playa del Rey) 
Lauren Grabelle, Gunther in the Grass, Bigfork, MT
Russ Rowland, Brooklyn Blue, New York City
Adam NeeseMap of Memories, Grapevine, TX

Laura Glabman, Untitled, Far Rockaway, NY

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