The National Trust for Historic Preservation has a cool photo project going on: they are asking people to photograph themselves, holding a sign saying “This Place Matters” (the theme of this year’s Preservation Month), in front of a favorite historic place. Send them the photo, and they’ll add it to their Flickr photostream and pin it on their map – and now they’re assembling all the photos into a photo montage of their own headquarters.
We need some Western New York sites on there! How about enjoying this weekend’s lovely weather by getting out with your camera and a sign, and getting some photos of one of your favorite historic places. When you send your photo to the National Trust, send me (kcomeau “at” landmarksociety.org) a copy and a sentence or two about what the place is and why it matters to you – you can be our next guest blogger!
You can download the sign and find instructions for uploading your photo at the National Trust’s “This Place Matters” website.
Posted by Katie Eggers Comeau, Director of Preservation Services
Photo is from the National Trust’s website: http://www.preservationnation.org/take-action/this-place-matters/