Skylight Studio Tour - Original Post: 10//3/10

I tagged along on Nicholas Graver's tour of local photographic history...
This slanted roof was once glass and a photographer's skylight studio. 
This doesn't look like much now, but at one time Samuel D Humphrey's studio stood here. He made what we consider the oldest surviving photograph of the moon from here.
This house was the home of John Towler the author of the Silver Sunbeam.

A rare cobblestone house from the 1800s. *A week later I saw what looked like a cobblestone house in a Peter Henry Emerson platinum print.


Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen

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