Louis Trocciola :: Phototrope Studio :: Leaving The Station Photo Blog

June 12, 2011

Danger, Keep Out, Antiques And Collectibles

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One of my favorite collectibles stores.

5 Exposure HDR. Click image for full size……

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Back Corner

Thanks again to Bob & Judi’s Coolectibles217 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215 —– 718.638.5770

March 18, 2009

Late Night At The Library

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3 Exposure non-static HDR……. Click image for larger view. 

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Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library

February 12, 2009

3 Horses In A Carousel

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5 Exposure HDR. Click image for larger view.

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3 Horses

3 Horses

January 8, 2009

Porcelain And Beads

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“Enter the doorway of Bob & Judi’s Coolectibles and step back in time. Photos and postcards of Old Brooklyn, posters and tin signs beckon you down the aisles of shelves overflowing with pottery, glass, ceramics, toys and all things vintage. The cases shimmer with colorful costume jewelry; gold and silver treasures to unearth. Great music and a feel good vibe keep you there much longer than you thought you’d be.”
217 5th Ave, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY — 718.638.5770

5 Exposure HDR. Click image for larger view.

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Antiques And Curios

January 2, 2009

Skating With The Ghosts at Rock Plaza

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3 Exposure, non-static HDR. Click image for full size, click again to zoom………..Included on HDR Spotting website

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Tree At Rock Plaza

Included on HDR Spotting

December 9, 2008

The Shroud In Green-Wood Cemetery

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Included on HDR Spotting
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December 3, 2008

Harry Gescheidt In Green-Wood Cemetery

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Harry Gescheidt, Born November 5, 1852. Founded the bread line.
“Good Will and Peace to All Mankind”
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7 exposure HDR
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“Founds Bread Line by $150,000 Bequest; H.M Gescheidt’s Will Provides That Every Loaf Shall Bear His Name.” New York Times, January 18, 1914

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In Memorium 2

In Memorium 2

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