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Buildings of the 1849 Gold Rush Sacramento contrasted against the buildings of modern day Sacramento
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Barbara Brown is a mental health professional and an avid photographer. She lives in northern California and enjoys nature and all types of photography.
lovely shot well done. Great Contrast!
Thank you very much!! So glad you like it!
– Barbara Brown
Getting an urge to head into the city. Well done Barbara
Thanks so much Davo! Since Old Sac is practically in my backyard, it is one of my favorite sujects.
Wonderful contrast Barbara.
Thank you so much Georgie!
Greetings Barbara; Excellent capture ! Love the green windows in the modern building !steve
Thank you Steve!! We tend to give names to our buildings here and that one is known as the Emerald Palace.
Contrast is great, and shows the ugliness of the new.
Thank you. yes, one walks through a muraled tunnel under the freeway and enters a different world.
Superb capture, my friend!
Thank you so much my friend!
What an awesome shot Barbara. The contrast is displayed perfectly!
Thank you so much my freind!
what an awesome pov. geniusly seen and captured.
Thank you so much Isa! Glad you like it!
Thank goodness that Historic Preservation preserved the old. Aren’t they beautiful. Great shot Barbara. Fav! There’s a Historic Buildings group here, not sure of the name. But if you have info on the buildings, they would probably love this image.
Thank you so much Fran! Actually, prior to the 1970’s this area was completely neglected. It was the Skid Row part of Sacramento. Luckily someone realized what a gem they had there.
You are so lucky that they preserve heritage buildings. Our country is just awful on that score.
Hi Al! We are’nt always so good at that. This was skid row for many years and is now a thriving visitor attraction.