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By Joyce Westner Dec. 16, 2023 

A new feature starts today!  Retired photographer Frank Siteman has taken photos of places downtown, and your job is to guess where they were taken.  The answer key is below, but no peaking.  A graduate of Tufts, Frank has taught photography at many institutions and traveled the world to take photos for various publications.  His yard on Pond Street backs up to Horn Pond and he frequently displays nature photos on the Facebook Friends of Horn Pond group.  Check him out at https://franksiteman.com/work.   The first photo on the cover of this article is number 1, the others follow.  

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Don’t look yet.

Keep guessing.

You’ll figure it out. 

 

Okay, here’s the answer key, are you ready?

1.     Police Department archway
2.     Winchester Terrace
3.     Griffin Museum
4.     Post Office bridge

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