I grew up in Rochester and moved away in the 70s. A few years ago, I moved back and took a new look at some iconic places and things in the Rochester, NY area. These places are my inspiration for this new series.
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Sinced 1920 when it opened, nearly every kid in Rochester considered a first ride on the Jack Rabbit a rite of passage.
The Jack Rabbit
This lighthouse has been restored now, but when I was going to grammar school next door it was "forbidden" territory.
The trophy head of an elephant from George Eastman's safari hunt is prominently on display now in his home/museum.
Mr. Eastman's Elephant
High summer view of the park by the beach.
Ontario Beach Park
View from the pedestrian bridge overlooking the Rochester skyline and the falls.
Nothing like a Tiki Pale Ale on a hot day at Marge's.
The historical display at the Dentzel Carousel.
Horse and Angels
A restaurant landmark on Park Avenue since the 70s. this scene definitely has a "Paris" vibe to it.
Jines on Park
The whimsical giraffe and pig from Charlotte's historic Dentzel Carousel.
Carousel Giraffe and Pig
The stately lion from Charlotte's historic Dentzel Carousel.
View of the Genesee Brewhouse in blue and red.
The Art-Deco crown of the Times Square Building in downtown Rochester.
Times Square Building
The pedestrian walkway to State Street and Frontier Field with Kodak in the background.
This 19th century boat houses stand guard at the top of Canandaigua Lake.
Canandaigua Boat Houses
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