Frank Hardy Made My Photographs Two

First Methodist in Snow …

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First Methodist in Snow 2_RTP_25 Feb 11 SFW

This photo was taken back in  February 1957, when it snowed so hard and there were several inches on the ground for a day or so.  Notice the snow on the roof of the church.  I found this photo years ago and I started to remove the telephone pole  and parking meters out front, but it was just too much trouble to do.  Let me rephrase that statement … I was spending too many hours on removing the objects and I still had a lot of hours to go before I had every item taken out.  This is going to be a job that I have to pay someone to do for me if I want it done correctly.  Taking out the objects is not the hard and time consuming part, it is replacing parts of the image to make them blend in with the original setting.  So I thought that I would just post it the way it is and see what type of response I get, if I get any at all.  Thanks for looking and please check back … Frank

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  1. Great photo Thanks….. That was my church back in the day/


    Claude Gillette

    November 10, 2013 at 7:32 am

    • Thanks Claude … I sent you an email earlier through gmail. Please check back and thanks for commenting … Frank


      Frank Hardy

      November 10, 2013 at 9:51 am

  2. Well remember that snow! Made snowmen and snowballs, but there was a fair amount of dirt in them!

    We really appreciate your sharing your dad’s photos.

    Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T


    November 9, 2013 at 9:00 pm

    • I was only four when it snowed and have no recollection of the snow, so it is nice to hear other people’s remembrances … Thanks again for writing and please check back … Frank


      Frank Hardy

      November 10, 2013 at 9:55 am

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