Thomas Slatin

Praise For ‘Entropy’

  • August 18, 2019
Praise For ‘Entropy’

Buy It Now At AmazonFull-Size Version | Half-Size Version A fascinating glimpse into places that were left behind, abandoned, or simply forgotten about. Take a tour to many long-forgotten places that people rarely ever think about, and never visit. (114 Pages) What others are saying about Entropy... This book is full of fantastic views and excellent photos. Well worth the price. Each photo will make you stop and think." Incredible collection of photographs that say so much more than words could tell the story. The author's eye is excellent. Thomas Slatin is indeed a genius!...

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Writer And Photographer Thomas Slatin – Write What You Love

  • August 17, 2019
Writer And Photographer Thomas Slatin – Write What You Love

The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published on Patch.com on August 6, 2019. A recent interview with writer and photographer, Thomas Slatin to encourage readers and writers. Dr. Harvey L. Slatin, Anne P. Slatin, Thomas W.P. Slatin (left to right) A question which is asked of most children, and one most adults can remember being asked as a child is as follows, and it is a question that Thomas W.P. Slatin took seriously when asked at the age of eight. Thomas Slatin recommends that anyone with an interest in writing should, “write what you love,...

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Thomas Slatin Quote

  • August 5, 2019
Thomas Slatin Quote

"Something is horribly wrong with The United States of America when everyday citizens have easier access to weapons of war than they do to basic healthcare." — Thomas Slatin

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Stamford Veteran And Army Physicist Recalls Involvement In ‘Manhattan Project’

  • July 30, 2019
Stamford Veteran And Army Physicist Recalls Involvement In ‘Manhattan Project’

The following article was written by M. K. Moynahan, and was published in The Mountain Eagle, in Stamford, New York, USA, on December 4, 2008.(Photograph taken by Thomas Slatin.) STAMFORD, NEW YORK - Few people know village of Stamford has a true connection to the past by virtue of one of its residents, Dr. Harvey Slatin. In 1942, Slatin was tapped by J. Robert Oppenheimer to participate in the "Manhattan Project". With the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day approaching, it is an appropriate time to reflect on the contributions of this Army veteran and his recollections of the time and his involvement...

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Thomas Slatin Quote

  • July 29, 2019
Thomas Slatin Quote

"I personally don't claim modern religion, though if I had to classify my beliefs I would have to choose Paganism, along with the firm unshakable belief that there should be freedom and equality for all people." — Thomas Slatin

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Thomas Slatin Quote

  • July 24, 2019
Thomas Slatin Quote

"To be American is to be born with the notion that one will have the epitome of freedoms in life, though the older I get, the more I question how free I truly feel." —Thomas Slatin

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Remembering The Westholm

  • July 23, 2019
Remembering The Westholm

The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published in the July 2019 edition of A Time And A Place Magazine. Opening its doors in the late 19th century, and in operation for most of the 20th century, The Westholm Hotel definitely has earned its place in history. The Westholm Hotel was located on Main Street in Stamford, nestled among the Catskill Mountains, Lake Utsayantha, and Mt. Utsayantha, which represent part of the natural beauty of Stamford. The Westholm Hotel was one of many hotels and resorts in the area which thrived during their heyday. The Westholm...

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The Importance Of Urban Exploration Photography To Document History

  • June 30, 2019
The Importance Of Urban Exploration Photography To Document History

The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published by Patch.com on June 25, 2019. Photographer Thomas Slatin discusses the Westholm Hotel and how photographs of properties help to preserve history. A recent interview with urban exploration photographer and writer, Thomas W.P. Slatin explores the important purposeful reasons behind a genre of photography known as “urban exploration.” There is a lot involved to photograph properties, many of which have been unoccupied for years. Slatin often photographs properties that have historical significance....

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Westholm Hotel Selfie

  • June 9, 2019
Westholm Hotel Selfie

May 2019

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Multiplicity

  • April 27, 2019
Multiplicity

July 2009

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Hotel Owner Discusses Intriguing History of The Westholm Hotel

  • April 22, 2019
Hotel Owner Discusses Intriguing History of The Westholm Hotel

The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published by Patch.com on April 18, 2019. Victoria Filonenko plans to restore The Westholm Hotel to a healing center with beautiful gardens. This is a historic property in Stamford. Victoria Filonenko, owner of The Westholm Hotel, has plans of restoring the historic property to a healing center. In a recent interview, Filonenko discussed her initial interest in the property, namely the remarkable history which lead to her desire and willingness to restore it as the new owner. "I am fascinated by the beauty and the history...

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Thomas Slatin Quote

  • April 18, 2019
Thomas Slatin Quote

"My idea of heaven is laying down on the floor with a good book and the radio playing songs from my childhood." — Thomas Slatin

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Entropy — The Beauty Of Decay

  • April 15, 2019
Entropy — The Beauty Of Decay

"A fascinating glimpse into places that were left behind, abandoned, or simply forgotten about. Take a tour to many long-forgotten places that people rarely ever think about, and never visit." Buy It On Amazon.com

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Urban Exploration Photographer Discusses B & O Railroad Museum

  • April 7, 2019
Urban Exploration Photographer Discusses B & O Railroad Museum

The following article was written by Lisa Pellegrene, and was originally published by Patch.com on April 3, 2019. Renowned photographer Thomas W.P. Slatin plans to honor B & O Railroad Museum and Ellicott Station through his work. American photographer Thomas W.P. Slatin has a passion for urban exploration and locomotive photography, and this love for locomotives is taking him to Baltimore to photograph historic railway sites. His work in photography has led to the restoration of previously abandoned properties and locomotives. Having picked up his first camera at the age of eight...

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From Fighting Fires to Writing Prose, How One Former EMS Lieutenant is Changing the Norm

  • March 10, 2019
From Fighting Fires to Writing Prose, How One Former EMS Lieutenant is Changing the Norm

The following article was written by Alexandra Fasulo, and was originally published by London Post on March 9, 2019. It’s not every day that you hear about a public servant, specifically a firefighter, moving into a creative field post-service. Firefighting takes an incredible amount of strength, sacrifice, and focus to ensure people are protected, and in some cases, saved at the expense of the firefighter’s life. It’s an admiral position that not many people in society are prepared to serve as, which is why we are all always so grateful for these brave individuals. Well, one firefighter...

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