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View 83: Landmark Theatre
This entry was posted in Photo Essay, Weekly View and tagged architecture, budda, landmark theatre, new york, oriental, Photography, syracuse. Bookmark the permalink.
That is a truly wonderful theater and a superb photo essay. The details are amazing. The new theaters are so sterile compared to these ornate gems. It is so wonderful to see them preserved.
Great looking theater. I love all the murals on the walls. Such vivid colors.
Dazzling photos of the Landmark Theatre. I thoroughly enjoyed your photo essay.
Wow, very nicely done! I need to steal some of these for my Webshots lol
Hey, you know better than to steal! 🙂
Nah; you only THINK I know better than to steal. ;-P
That was a grand adventure. I spent some time wandering around the album for the shoot and was amazed once more at how many different perspectives creative people can bring to the same material. I loved your dazzling mural and the concession stand image. I loved BJ’s black and white take on the theatre organ pipes. And on and on, wishing I had broadband.
Restoration of these grand old movie palaces has been very good for Detroit (the Fox, the Gem) and Traverse City (the State), too. Movies have been such an important part of our culture that it seems only right to preserve their temples.
Temples…that they are. The Landmark especially with all it’s orental embellishments like the temples you see in Southeast Asia.
The photography meetup group hosts a lot of talented people and beginners who help us serious amateurs remember where we came from. It’s a lot of fun to see what they come away with compared to what I photographed.