Set (July 1 – September 30, 2021)

Set - Contributions by Photographer’s Name

 

A

Robert Julian Agnel:
Fort Henry SET to defend Upper Canada 1837
Rodrigo Alarcón-Cielock:
Celebrating 50th Years of Coronation Street on-Air
Dave Albright:
Set Part 1
Pat Albright:
Set Part 2
Alain Auzeral:
Movie set in Angouleme Cinema Museum
 

B

Robert Bilsland:
Where Once Dynamite Was Set
Andrew Bodrov:
My best set ever
Christian Braut:
Dinner under the pergola
Kenneth A. Butt:
A Local Collector's Set of Antique North American Autos
 

C

Cibula Vincent:
Oak Grove
Jim Cole:
Monteith Riverpark
 

E

Jürgen Eidt:
Tropical Venue
 

G

James Gentles:
Building a Sopwith Strutter, from scratch, not a model, not a mock-up, this plane is SET to fly
 

K

Dieter Kik:
daily settings Quimper Allee de Kervoalic Setting sun in the hollow way with green trees
Erik Krause:
sunset on a set mountain
 

L

Yischon Liaw:
Restaurant Parklets
 

M

Roberto Mancuso:
Monica on the stage
J Pat Marse:
Rio Grande Gorge
 

P

Gareth Parkes:
Sovereign Harbour Reach
Julian Pecenco:
Setting Off Down the Trail
 

R

Carsten T. Rees:
The Set of a Major Art Theft
Iñaki Rezola:
Walking home in the wood at sunset.
Brian Richards:
Setting Sail on the Chesapeake Bay
Rolf Ris:
sunSET
 

S

Gerardo A. Sanchez:
Sun SET
Reinhard Schmolze:
Fishing Boats on the Beach
Heiner Straesser:
Caibarien: set of 3 panoramas
 

V

Andrew Varlamov:
St Sophia's Belfry
 

W

John Wilson:
Braintree Electric Forecourt

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