Church and Clouds

The Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church was built in the late 1890’s. It was the first in the state built with granite and is the tallest in Nashua, NH. I’m always impressed looking up the stone edifice. I hope this shot give a sense of that feeling.
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Whoops!

Whoops!, originally uploaded by jcbwalsh.

I went out to run an errand this morning and ran into this. The driver had narrowly missed flipping both his trailers trying to make a u-turn on Daniel Webster highway in Nashua. His rig was stuck like this blocking both northbound lanes.

Hannah’s Revenge

I got home to a little surprise today. I had a picture published in the book Hannah’s Revenge: The True Story of the Nightmarish Journey of Hannah Dustin by Juanita Carey ( available from Amazon ).
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The John Lovewell / Hannah Duston monument in Nashua, NH.

In the Telegraph

I had a photo printed in the local paper this week. The Chamber of Commerce choose it as the cover of their annual awards announcement supplement in the Nashua Telegraph.

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Live Free Or Die

Live Free Or Die, originally uploaded by jcbwalsh.

This is the top portion of the monument on Main Street in Nashua, NH erected in 1976 in celebration of the nations 200th birthday.
According to Wikipedia:
The phrase comes from a toast written by General John Stark on July 31, 1809. Poor health forced Stark, New Hampshire’s most famous …

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Bicentennial Monument, Nashua, NH

Bicentennial Monument, Nashua, NH, originally uploaded by jcbwalsh.

A portion of the monument on Main Street in Nashua, NH erected in 1976 in celebration of the nations 200th birthday.
According to Wikipedia:
The phrase comes from a toast written by General John Stark on July 31, 1809. Poor health forced Stark, New Hampshire’s most famous soldier of the …

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