23 Forster Street

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The world changed overnight with the public unveiling of the daguerreotype in 1839. From that moment on photography would revolutionize the world by capturing the essence of life like nothing else before. And one Pennsylvania man would extend the reaches of this technology to blur the very lines between life and death at his humble studio at 23 Forster Street. More
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About Robert T. Belie

Robert T. Belie has lived all over the world including stints in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. As a former US Army officer, he has seen, experienced, and interacted with people and cultures from all across the globe. His travels have taken him to nearly 30 countries and just as many states. He holds degrees in History and International Relations from UCLA and Oklahoma University respectively. He has published several works of both fiction and non-fiction, and has had nearly 60 of his travel photos featured on Travellerspoint.com.

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Review by: J. Lynne on Oct. 19, 2015 :
This well-written piece instructed the reader on the history and discovery of the profession of photography. I enjoyed the beginning and waited for something extraordinary to occur. It did but not until the very end. I would have liked the story to show us more scenes rather than telling us what happened. The last moments allowed the reader to live in the moment and feel the emotion. Well done.
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