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  1. Old Geezer says:

    The Danbury railroad station — the lovely old one, now a museum, not the new one, a characterless commuter stop — was a featured location in Alfred Hitchcock’s “Strangers on a Train”. Both the movie and the museum are worth a look.

  2. Al Cyone says:

    Great pictures (as usual) though it was strange to see the phrase “processing photos” in this digital age (though of course I know what you mean). It’s hard to believe that, not too long ago, you had to worry about wasting film and had to wait for the pictures to come back from the drugstore.

    I’ve added the Danbury museum to my “to do” list. Years ago there were plans to build “Steamtown” near here (where I live). I think it ended up near Scranton.

    • Emily says:

      Lol, yeah, processing photos was what I hated about film photography… I kept thinking of some price in my head, each picture I take costs x amount, from the roll of film, and for paying for the developing. I never wanted to take too many shots, since it felt like wasting, and I was poor. Now with digital though, I go out and shoot a million versions of the same thing, from different angles and such. I get better pictures, I don’t feel like I’m really wasting anything, but it does take a lot longer to get through everything.

      But yes, add the museum to your to do list! It is a great place.

  3. Steve says:

    Hi, great pictures! Do you use a fish eye lens? Sone of the wide pans are fantastic.

    I’m a Hitchcock fan and film buff, plus my kids love Thomas, so we’re headed to DRM today. Looking forward.

    Great blog!


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