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Laura : 3rd Jan 2007 - 04:02 GMT
It feels so quiet here :) beautiful photos- I'd love to see a few in color!
Guy McLaren: 3rd Jan 2007 - 04:50 GMT
Are they black and white for a reason? Just kidding nice photo's. Is this the same Birmingham that was the scene of racial uprising in the last century?
colavitos ghost: 3rd Jan 2007 - 05:21 GMT
wow, beautiful city. are there rough parts of birmingham? because these shots make it look like a relatively idyllic place.
jack: 4th Jan 2007 - 00:14 GMT
these are wonderful photos, i like the home and the one with the statue of the blessed mother
anon (localhost): 4th Jan 2007 - 17:57 GMT
Yes...this is the Birmingham....where the tragic bombing "4 little girls" occured. In some ways, I think the focus of the world made most of us look at ourselves and re-evaluate our attitudes...thus dealing with the racil issue head on....unlike other cities. The city of Bormingham ranks as the 19th most liberal in america....but the suburbs are the opposite. Nevertheless, this is my childhood home...and the area...like any city...has some really rough parts. I wish I had more time on my visit to show y'all more...perhaps I will in the future. It is truly a wonderful city that lives in the shadow of its past. Currently, the city has more park space per person than any city in america...I believe that it is about 17 aceres per person. My only fear is that the city will be discovered by the rest of america in the future...thus driving up home prices and decreasing the affordability of my favorite city. I have a certain foundness for my quite and sleepy little home town...and a part of me wants it to remain the same.
little ukraine: 10th Jan 2007 - 20:47 GMT
this is a really really wonderful set. the pictures are so well-taken and the way you put them together gives me a great impression of the city, about which I had previously known pretty much nothing. Thanks much for this set.
Franny Wentzel: 23rd Jan 2010 - 20:44 GMT
Lotta rich people in Birmingham...
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