Stamp Treks – Carousel Horses

This is an image of the carousel located in the Carousel Village section of Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island. A carousel, or merry-go-round, is an amusement ride consisting of a rotating circular platform with seats for riders. Typically the seats are carved horses or other animals with saddles. A pole connects the seat with a mechanism above that pulls the rider up and down as the platform rotates, simulating a galloping motion.
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I’m exhibiting eighteen of my Québec photographs at the Dover Public Library in New Hampshire during February. From the elegant, old-world architecture of Québec City to the rugged landscapes of the Charlevoix coast and Saquenay Fjord, my photographs highlight the amazing diversity of this charming region.

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Photograph: Youth at Rockefeller Center

This photograph, taken in 2003, depicts the sculpture titled “Youth” by Paul Manship. This, along with a companion piece titled “Maiden”, were originally used to flank the Prometheus sculpture which graces the Rockefeller Center plaza fountain in Manhattan. The sculptor was unhappy with the arrangement so they were moved to different locations and ultimately removed from the plaza for several years. In 1983 they were restored and placed in their current positions near the staircase where they serve as a prelude to the famous Prometheus from Greek mythology.
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