A Photo A Week: History

By: sonofabeach96

Aug 28 2017

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:4.28mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:iPhone 4S

This week’s A Photo A Week Challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography is for the topic:



Here’s my take on it:

Historic Wrigley Field, from the bleachers:

Historic venue:

The history of the Outer Banks includes spectacular lighthouses:

Historic St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest in the US, established in 1720, in New Orleans:

Historical marker celebrating a legendary bluesman:


My songs of the day are:

“History Eraser” by Courtney Barnett

“History” by Funeral For A Friend

“Massage The History” by Sonic Youth

“History Will Teach Us Nothing” by Sting

“Ancient History” by The Cribs

“History Now” by Mavis Staples

“History Chimes” by Echo & The Bunnymen

“History of Lovers” by Iron & Wine

24 comments on “A Photo A Week: History”

  1. Great photos for this category! Gorgeous cathedral

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  3. Fantastic photos! I’ve only been to one of those places: OBX. 5 weeks and counting!

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  4. Love the old cathedral! 1720, eh? Very cool.

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  5. I love the palace picture. And Ford’s Theater… that’s cool. (Or does that make me seem morbid? Well… if the shoe fits…)

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  6. Love the pictures. I’m watching Wrigley field right now, hoping the Cubs can start a winning streak here!

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  7. Wonderful images and tunes. As always, thanks for joining the challenge!

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  8. The movie theatre gets my vote.

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  9. Last photo reminded me of a swedish song of Mr Mats Ronander. He wrote a song called Heaven’s crying for Elmore James. The lyrics is in Swedish, but maybe it´s worth listening to anyway, I don´t know. I like the song.

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  10. I listen ya’, but it looks like the Dodgers’ twelvemonth this meter around.

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