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Samuel Garrett Houses on Temperance Street
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St. Johns Sunrise 010<br>Samuel Garrett Houses on Temperance Street

St. John's Sunrise 010
Samuel Garrett Houses on Temperance Street

The Samuel Garrett Houses on Temperance Street in morning sunlight.
These houses were built for his daughters by Samuel Garrett, the same man who built Cabot Tower.
The houses are sometimes known as "The Four Sisters".
Full story here:

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Kathleen S. H. 10-Jun-2008 01:17
First for me...i had not seen these houses...ever...but i hopefully will!....amazing piece of history , the capturred sunlight, and the story of the houses, real good shot, Jerry...thanks
Jerry Curtis16-Jan-2007 03:07
Comments from STF Gallery:

Martin Polanic 10-Jan-2007 02:45
This one's excellent Jerry! Patterns and textures galore, and nicely composed! :)

Linda L PM reply 10-Jan-2007 02:26
What a nice story to go along with this image. I really like the warm tones and lighting Jerry.

Sony Talk Forum PM reply 09-Jan-2007 21:33
Interesting story. Reminds me of the Bronte parsonage for some reason. Maybe for that reason there's a strange romanticsm to this for me. John

Katherine Kenison PM reply 09-Jan-2007 02:56
Nice capture - I love the lighting and colors, and I love the looks of those houses!

Denise PM reply 09-Jan-2007 00:22
Beautiful light, Jerry, on these very interesting structures. Nicely done!!!

Sony Talk Forum PM reply 08-Jan-2007 22:54
That's an interesting story, a very generous gift...and a nice photo, Jerry. I really like the repeating elements and diagonal composition here . Nice lighting and sense of texture here too. Well taken. MFC

Sony Talk Forum PM reply 08-Jan-2007 15:37
I like the repeating pattern and the diagonals. Nicely done. MCsaba

inframan 08-Jan-2007 15:20
Nice story & lovely capture, Jerry.
I wonder if there was an advantage to getting the uphill house vs. the lowest one. ;-)
I'll have to check that link.
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