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Now over 1000 Views

June 03, 2015  •  2 Comments

Just a quick thank you to those that have taken the time to watch YouTube slideshow I posted of the John Marshall High School demolition photos.   I was surprised to see it go to 700 then 800 views so quickly in that first week or two.  Then I took a look at it today, and it is over 1000 views.  It was fun getting to share those images as the events took place.  It allowed me to get to meet and know many people from the school, from all generations, that I otherwise would have never known.

My hope was to be able to allow those that could not come to see the school themselves experience it in some small way, and to document the final days of our school building.  It was through the demolition of the building that this site was born, and why so many of the images in it are of the building.  That will change over time.  But I needed a way to allow others to see, or purchase the images, so this site was created.  And through that my photography business was born.  So from the destruction, something good was born.  I was planning on launching the business later this year, but this gave me reason to do so quickly, and sooner than planned.

Most all of the photos used in the slideshow can be found on my website in the "My Fav JMHS Pics" section under the JMHS photos tab HERE.  This gallery is the images that I personally liked the best.

Or if you don't see an image the you might have seen elsewhere that you know that I took, it can be found in the main JMHS gallery  HERE.  This gallery holds nearly 500 images from the 2 plus month of the demolition process.

I  have something in the works that I hope to roll out in the next week or two.  Many of you have requested this and some may even know what is coming.  I can not wait so get to share it with all of the JMHS alumni very soon.

Here is the Youtube video for those of you who have not yet seen it. 


Comments

David K. Polley
Wish you could put this on a DVD -- even if it's only 7 1/2 minutes.
Rikki Abrams(non-registered)
This is an excellent video by David Beirschank capturing the destruction of our beloved high school, John Marshall. So thankful he was able to capture every aspect of it for us.Thanks David!
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