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Photo Salon for the Exchange of Ideas

Photo Salon for the Exchange of Ideas
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Among the New England landscapes featured are the Arnold Arboretum, Charles River, Charleston Heights, Franklin Park and Jamaica Pond in Boston, World’s End in Hingham, Massachusetts, Middlesex Falls in Malden, Massachusetts, and Cushing Island in Maine’s Casco Bay.

“Lee Friedlander: A Ramble in Olmsted Parks,” an exhibition of 40 of Friedlander’s Olmsted landscapes, is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through May 11 should you be in Manhattan this spring.

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7 Responses to Photo Salon for the Exchange of Ideas

  1. Kelly Schwark March 14, 2008 at 9:24 am #

    Great article! I love the idea of a warm cup of soup and a friendly exchange of inspiration! And as for understanding the reasoning and story behind someone?s art, it is the reason why I love lurking around artists blogs! Isn’t the purpose of art to share an emotion, feeling or experience with the viewer? Or maybe it’s just for the process of creating? I’m not sure.

    Oh, there are SO many things that I want to comment on, but I’m afraid I’d take up too much space. I’ll just leave it at thanks for sharing!?
    Kelly
    http://kellyschwark.com/

  2. Ed Beem March 14, 2008 at 4:37 pm #

    Kelly,
    I’m glad you found Just Looking and enjoyed it. I just got home from seeing a major photography exhibition in Massachusetts that I’ll post some thoughts about in a week or so.
    Ed

  3. Betty Pauwels March 17, 2008 at 8:17 am #

    New into photography, very serioius about learning, I enjoyed reading your article, discovering photographers. I am linking your journal to my photoblog.
    Betty

  4. Ed Beem March 18, 2008 at 7:04 am #

    Betty, And I’m new at blogging. Where can I find your photoblog? Best, Ed

  5. Betty Pauwels March 26, 2008 at 3:04 pm #

    Ed my blog http://journals.aol.com/rap4143/MyDayMyInterests/. Enjoy. I hope you find the time comment on my journal.

    Betty

  6. Ed Beem March 28, 2008 at 10:02 am #

    Betty, I have checked out your blog several times. I enjoy the natural and personal feel of both your photographs and your blog.

  7. Betty Pauwels April 28, 2008 at 11:34 am #

    Ed thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. My journal started, as my title reads, My Day, My Interests, naturally ended up as photoblog. http://journals.aol.com/rap4143/MyDayMyInterests/

    I am learning photography also areas we visit. I absolutely love and enjoy traveling the back roads of New Hampshire and New England, always exploring for new photo opportunities. I found blogging allows me to share my photography, make new friends plus I welcome comments just saying hello or offering tips.

    This past weekend we found and old grist mill located in East Alstead. (covered bridges, old barns, waterfalls and etc….a very good weekend of shooting) When we returned we had to learn about the history, name and what it was used for. Chase Mill http://millpictures.com/Mills/details.cfm?millid=39. I will be posting my images today.

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