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Thomas Canty
A New Home for Old Gates
7/13/08, 9:05pm
I was invited to the (re)dedication ceremony for the historic pioneer Hebrew cemetery in Marysville on Sunday, June 29th. Restoration work had begun, including the installation of gates that had been removed from another old Hebrew cemetery many years ago. This trip was a good excuse for me to put my two new cameras to the test. I recently bought a Canon 40D and had my old 10D converted into a dedicated infrared camera. I also made a few stops in Yosemite, along Tioga Road, and a visit to visit Bodie, as well as a few strolls through the historic parts of some Highway 49 mining towns.

The pictures are here: http://tinyurl.com/5fzc5r

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7/14/08, 8:21am
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Cool. I'll go check out the pictures later on today.

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Re: A New Home for Old Gates
7/14/08, 11:32am
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Great pictures.

It looks like the new doggy has adjusted well to travelling.

Wonderful looking gates too, though with only the gates there and no fence it sort of reminded me of the "toll gate" in the middle of the open desert scene in "Blazing Saddles"

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