Thursday, February 19, 2009

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Blogger Charles said...

Hey,While shooting for my Edward Hopper project this was the first place I found. The trophy houses surrounding the older homes were a blight on the landscape as they ruin a once quaint, simple, and non materialistic lifestyle Hopper admired. While on my initial search for Hopper locations I saw the "Corn Hill" sign off RT 6 and drove to the end of the road. There was no doubt that it was the same spot Hopper painted. It's stil one of my favorite Hopper spots.

2/22/2009  
Blogger Charles said...

Hey,While shooting for my Edward Hopper project this was the first place I found. The trophy houses surrounding the older homes were a blight on the landscape as they ruin a once quaint, simple, and non materialistic lifestyle Hopper admired. While on my initial search for Hopper locations I saw the "Corn Hill" sign off RT 6 and drove to the end of the road. There was no doubt that it was the same spot Hopper painted. It's stil one of my favorite Hopper spots.

2/22/2009  

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