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Photo Flood 63: Carr Square

Photo Flood 63: Carr Square

photo by Dan Henrichs Carr Square is an interesting companion to the neighborhoods nearby that we’ve already explored, and is in fact, sort of a mash-up of each. It is part in-fill ala Columbus Square, part open prairie ala St. Louis Place, part old STL ala Downtown West, and...

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Photo Flood 62: Fox Park

Photo Flood 62: Fox Park

photo by Anne Warfield Fox Park is one of St. Louis’ most beautiful neighborhoods with architecture ranging from the Gothic St. Francis De Sales Cathedral to Victorian apartment buildings and row houses that rival those of Lafayette Square. photo by Joanne Norton

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Mini-Flood 55: St. Louis Lambert International Airport

Mini-Flood 55: St. Louis Lambert International Airport

photo by Dave Adams It’s not very often that an institution as iconic to your community as St. Louis Lambert International Airport invites you out to make images both in front of and behind the scenes of what it is they do, so naturally, the opportunity to document “a...

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Mini-Flood 54: Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park

Mini-Flood 54: Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park

photo by Ann Aurbach Malcolm W. Martin was a St. Louisan dedicated to the cultural landscape of the city. After helping to plan the D-Day invasion in Normandy to end WWII, Martin returned home a decorated hero, and immediately set out to make even more of himself. He was...

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Photo Flood 61: Clayton-Tamm

Photo Flood 61: Clayton-Tamm

photo by Michelle Bates Continuing our exploratrion of the neighborhoods that make up the community referred to as Dogtown, Clayton-Tamm holds the distinction of being that community’s commercial “downtown”. Like the Hi-Pointe neighborhood to its west and Cheltenham to its east, this neighborhood owes its origins to the clay...

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Photo Flood 60: Maplewood

Photo Flood 60: Maplewood

photo by Joe Rakers Maplewood is one of the oldest inner-ring suburbs of St. Louis. It was established in the late 1800’s, at a time when some urban residents were looking for an escape from population density and air pollution (related mostly to burning coal). From its founding, the...

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Mini-Flood 53: Total Solar Eclipse

Mini-Flood 53: Total Solar Eclipse

photo by Allen Casey in Villa Ridge, MO. Most photographers are aware of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s concept of the “decisive moment”, wherein the subject of a photograph aligns so perfectly with objects of the photograph’s composition that it is unlikely to ever be repeated.  That said, it is truly a...

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Photo Flood 59: Lindenwood Park

Photo Flood 59: Lindenwood Park

photo by Sue Rakers Lindenwood Park is a great companion to St. Louis Hills, which is just to its south. Both neighborhoods share that characteristic “suburbs in the city” feel (though Lindenwood Park is certainly more accessible), and both neighborhoods enjoyed the characteristic benefits of having Route 66 snake...

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Mini-Flood 52: Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

Mini-Flood 52: Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

photo by Sharon Keeler Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is the location of the largest Native American settlement north of Mexico, and in 1250 CE, it was even larger than London (era of the reign of Henry III in England and Louis IX in France). A lot of mysteries...

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Photo Flood 58: Tiffany

Photo Flood 58: Tiffany

photo by Lina Walz-Salvador This is the bookend to Botanical Heights of the now infamous redevelopment project north of the Shaw neighborhood. Though a much smaller neighbrohood, Tiffany (named after a streetcar line) possesses one of the city’s most interesting medlies of beautiful older homes and unremarkable newer ones....

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