The idiom “A picture is worth a thousand words” refers to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still image, or that an image of a subject conveys its meaning/essence more effectively than a description does (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)
Tom Egan said, “Rick Pescatore did his part tonight in The Great Caroline Prospect Photo Sorting Odyssey. Have you? We still need help sorting bushels of Caroline’s photos! Lots of good memories in there. The plan is to gather different groups of Caroline’s friends to identify who is in the photos and to get them to the most appropriate new owners before turning over the balance to Caroline’s nephew and niece. All assistance will be appreciated, the sooner the better.”
Hadassah Head and Keith Heron zoomed in on these photos. Scanned several bags and photos over the last two (2) months. However, the photos in themselves are worth a thousand words, because it shows Caroline Prospect’s interest and dedication to bond two (2) communities together: Binghamton and La Teste. Even though we are an ocean apart, we have a common interest in enjoying educational, athletic, cultural and musical exchanges over the past twenty-five (25) years.
Well done Caroline Prospect!
The Caroline Prospect Photograph Project started about November, 2015. By chance, Tom Egan wanted to clean-out his basement and throw-out unwanted stuff. I guess to make room for new stuff. The old stuff he had really didn’t belong to him, but it belong to the previous owner who died several years ago. Several years ago, Caroline Prospect owned the house on 72 Riverside Drive, a beautiful victorian house on the west-side of Binghamton, NY. In the basement of this beautiful victorian were bags and boxes of photographs of Caroline’s life story – her relationship with friends and family.