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In The Battle For Most Picturesque Photo Location Who You Got Between The Burnham House In Essex and Motif No 1 and The Paint Factory
So Anthony Marks Photo This Morning Of The Burnham House Got Me To Thinking…
In The Battle For More Picturesque Photo Location Who You Got Between The Burnham House In Essex and Motif No 1 in Rockport and The Paint Factory in Gloucester.
At One Time I might have said the Paint Factory but it’s such a mess now you’d have to put it out of the running. The Burnham House In Essex has the Natural surroundings thing going for it. Rockport’s Motif No 1 is nice in it’s own right and probably has the most world wide cache.
Here’s a shot of Motif No 1 from Matthew Green-
aaaand The Paint Factory from Manny Simoes-
Model Snoop Maddie Mad displays the latest canvas wrap for sale. $135 All ready to hang. No expensive framing required. This is undoubtedly my favorite photo from 2012.
often times when you buy a print or piece of art you bring it to the framer only to find out it costs 2-5 times what you paid for the print to get it framed. Not so with these killer canvas wraps. This looks like a painting.
the last two sold within hours.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to purchase it.
Hi, Joey. Do you happen to know what year the Rockport Fishing Shack (aka Motif No. 1) was built? Also, do you know when the Burnham house
(aka Motif #2), on Route 133, was built? Also, I’ve seen it referred to as both the Mary Burnham House and the Mabel Burnham House. Do you know which is correct?
Please let me know. Thank you very much.
I have never ever in my life been more ferociously attacked and eaten alive by mosquitoes as I did this morning capturing this shot. I drove past it at first but had to loop back. The water was so still, the tide was just right, the light just beginning to peek through.
The mosquitoes were insane I tell you. I’m still itching. Hit this one up larger. I love the reflection of the house and the clouds in the sky reflecting in the water. No brainer, had to get out of the truck and set up the shot, right?
click for the larger version, you won’t be disappointed.
Late afternoon near high tide.
There never seems to be a bad time to shoot this great old house.