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Musicians

Hat on Drinking Wine

Hat on Drinking Wine

Hat on Drinking Wine Version 2

Hat on Drinking Wine Version 2

Blind Tiger

Blind Tiger

Blind Tiger ver 2

Blind Tiger ver 2

Sleepless Knights

Sleepless Knights

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Nana's Garden Lazy Perogie

Nana's Garden Lazy Perogie

Nana's Garden Bread, Honey and Butter

Nana's Garden Bread, Honey and Butter

Nana's Garden Potatoes Perogies

Nana's Garden Potatoes Perogies

Each image needs it’s own special look and feel. Each image must show the food as yummy and delicious.

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Ellen

Ellen

Tianna

Tianna

Jenn

Jenn

Lisa

Lisa

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Hanover Theater Organ

Hanover Theater Organ Poster

Hanover Theater Organ Poster

We had the opportunity to walk through the catwalks and crawl spaces to see all the inner workings of the Hanover Theater organ. We took a lot of images the Hanover is currently using for marketing and for recognizing the men who helped get the organ to the theater and spent many, many, many, hours installing it.

We have read a lot about the organ on the Hanover Website but here are the parts we find most fascinating: “The Wurlitzer pipe organ was donated to Hanover Theatre by Donald Phipps, 76, of New Bedford. Originally this organ was used to accompany silent films, the organ has been arriving at the theater in pieces from Mr. Phipps’ shop in New Bedford since January 2008. Installation of the instrument is completed, and the Hanover Theatre is now the home to the largest Wurlitzer organ in New England. Of the 6,000 Wurlitzer organs originally produced by The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. in the early 1900s, the organ is one of 200 still in existence today. Other plans for the organ are in development, including the possibility of a silent film series and organ recital.”

Hanover Theater Organ on Stage

Hanover Theater Organ on Stage

We can’t wait to see a silent film with the organ accompaniment. That’s going to be very very cool.

Donald Phipps

Donald Phipps

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With the help, patience, and numerous talents of Cold Spring Design, www.coldspringdesign.com, we have launched the new Erb Photography Website.

We invite you to please take a look and share your feedback:http://www.erbphoto.com/

We know the format is very different for other web sites. But we wanted to stand out and –  well – be different. You’ll be scrolling to the right instead of scrolling down. Check it out- It’s fun to click the navigation at the top of the page and be suddenly pushed to the chosen page in a whirl. Our site is about showing you the cool photos we’ve made for folks, making great photos for you all, and having fun creating them in the process.

Even Cold Spring Design themselves posted this on thier Facebook page:

Cold Spring Design We’ve just launched a creative, horizontal, single-page website for our good friends and favorite photographers at Erb Photo. If you think every website looks the same, please check this one out – we’d love to hear your thoughts!

Jeff and Chris of CSD said “Coming up with a website creative enough to match Scott & Donna was a challenge – we think we succeeded but always appreciate the feedback – good or bad!” That’s what we love about these guys- they really do want to hear your thoughts and insights. Design is so subjective, yet so fun to play!

Frankly, We think they did succeed! We love our new web site. We’ve added new photos throughout and kept a bunch of our old favorites. We want folks to enjoy looking and pick up the phone and call us when they have a project that needs photos.

If you need a web site or even a face lift on your current site- we can not recommend Cold Spring Design enough… Go ahead and “like” them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/coldspringdesign

You won’t be sorry you did.

Cheers!

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