Monday, August 25, 2008

Historic House, Greenfield Village

Greenfield Village is a Historic Re-enactment site started by Henry
Ford in association with the Henry Ford Museum. He moved Historic
buildings here from all over the country. We're members and love to


PJ said...

Mary, I'm about to buy a new camera and I'm asking people what they are using. Do you mind telling me your preference?

PJ said...

And those are amazing photos.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

OH, thanks so much, PJ! I am honored!

I have a Canon Powershot G7, a canon 10D and a Canon 30D. My husband has a Canon 20 D. Those are our digital cameras. I like the 30D best, but of course, it is the most expensive.

I carry than Powershot in my pocket for when I don't have one of my "real" cameras.

I have a Plethora of Nikon film cameras, but I almost never use them any more.

David G. said...

I hate to say it, but with all the desolation in Detroit, Greenfield Village should be lived in, ...otherwise it just adds to the Ghost Town effect of Detroit.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Novel concept, new to me anyway! Hmmm.

There are people who pretend to live there for money--in some of the buildings. but of course, no one really lives there--at night. As far as I know, other than security guards.