photo by Jeff Phillips Old North Saint Louis (ONSL) is a historic, resilient neighborhood. Geographically, it is shaped roughly like a rectangle (actually, like a parallelogram). The border of the short end at the top is Palm, which separates ONSL from the architectural crown jewel Hyde Park. Palm, incidentally,...
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Photo Flood 113: Bellefontaine Cemetery
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photo by Colin Wright Bellefontaine Cemetery was the focus of our second Photo Flood, and the first occasion that the media covered the Group’s concept. At the time, total membership consisted of only 25 photographers (less than 10 participated–one from Washington DC!), Mini-Floods had not yet been introduced, and...
Photo Flood 105: Belleville
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photo by Bailey Elizabeth Rogers The most populous city in Southern Illinois, Belleville has a rich history and plenty to see and do at present. photo by Leanna Miller