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Willow Street, Sharon Springs

 
It has been almost a year since I last visited Brent and Josh in Sharon Springs. I traveled there from Toronto with my friend Jessica Hodgson, whom I

by Andrew

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linda schnell-leonardi

Thank GD, it is NOT a Torah, just a machine printed prayer book. Phew, scared me a little, cause I cannot believe for ONE minute that anyone would have left behind a Torah, they are always handwritten, can never contain even one mistake, and cost about $50-$100 K each.

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linda schnell-leonardi

Common to not know, no problem. I have some lovely shots of the working synagogue that is in Sharon Springs. Families from the Williamsburg area, I believe, come up in the summer, still, if I am not mistaken, and open it for their use. There is a non working Mikvah somewhere on Division street, I believe that would be nice to get a look see of~

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Ilona Crisp

The photos are beautiful. I enjoyed all of them, however, I was wondering what you did with the Torah? Did you just leave it there or find a special place for it? I look forward to your 5 things. Thank You.

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ILONA CRISP

I do understand that. My curiosity would have gotten the best of me and I would have tried to find the family, if possible, but you probably did the right thing. Thanks for your reply.

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LuvZdollZ

Breathtakingly beautiful. The image of the Torah is so haunting. She has a great eye for the unusual, detail and color!

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Bruce W. Medanich

Beyond beautiful to wake up to this morning……..thank you..

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Beverly Nan Murphy

The wonderful rusted lantern still shines its own light. Beautiful eye of photographer.It truly is a mystical place. thanks for the beautiful tour.

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Sonja Norman

Beautiful as usual. The rundown building and the Jewish book are priceless.

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