Photography 101 – Landmark and #NaBloPoMo

Landmarks are everywhere: iconic places, meeting points, markers on a map. Today, consider a unique point of view as you photograph a landmark.

This post ties in with the one I did over the weekend on historical landmarks around Franklin, TN.

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This is the way the cannons used to be mounted on the square.

Remounted cannon on the square

This is the way the look now. Remounted cannon on the square.  Much better.

Bells Tavern Park City KY

One of my favorite landmarks – The Old Bells Tavern site in Park City, KY

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One response to “Photography 101 – Landmark and #NaBloPoMo

  1. Oh, I love old landmarks. History has always been so fascinating to me. Thank you for sharing these. And hello, from a fellow NaBloPoMo!

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