You know that old saying about how eleganteurs have to elegantate? In the context of the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site this is extremely factual.
Sabu wanted to experience elegance so we headed over to the Augustus Saint-Gaudens National Historic site and landed around sunset. It was elegant.
Is an evening elegant without a visit to Saint-Gaudens? No.
If elegance is learned, the Saint-Gaudens National Historic site is a university.
I am almost 100% sure that after taking this photograph I saw a ghost of a man in WWI military uniform.
The people on the left. Those people. No clue.
However, I do love visiting Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, NH. I heard a rumor it is the least visited national park in the country but
I shot this nearly a century ago with my Voigtlander Bessa R3M and my Heliar 15mm. I don’t remember what film I used but it was probably Kodak.
Things To Know – Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
- The grounds are open even when the site isn’t.
- The path down to the river is magical.
- Saint-Gaudens wasn’t the only rich guy with a nice house in Cornish, NH and if you know where to look one can find impressive mansions.
- The magnolia trees are incredible in spring.
- One of the studio buildings may have inspired the design of the Polaroid SX/70.