Posts made in February, 2014

Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society

The History Museum may be used for weddings and other special occasions. Olivers is the exclusive caterer at The History Museum. With a rich local history, Olivers is widely regarded for delivering the highest quality in food and service in the Buffalo Niagara region.  Your memorable event will be tailored to your individual needs and budget. Personal attention to detail will ensure that your reception is a true success. View on a map via The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Buffalo New York | Wedding Receptions.

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Niagara Square

‘Niagara Square is not a square, but a circle and is located at the intersection of Delaware, Niagara, Genesee and Court Streets. It was laid out by Joseph Ellicott, surveyor and land agent for the Holland Land Co. in 1807. In the center of the square, stands the city’s memorial to President William McKinley, who was assassinated while attending the Pan-American Exposition in 1901. Burnham, D. H., who was called in to consult on the project, suggested the appropriateness of an obelisk, with fountains at the base and decided where it should be placed. Niagara Square is the unofficial town square of Buffalo.’ Niagara Square is just a cool spot. There is...

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Mutual Riverfront Park

Mary and I came across this one in January 2013. We were driving around looking for interesting things to photograph down in the old waterfront and industrial sections of the area and out of no where pops up this beautiful little park. This is a newly renovated area of land around the old grain mills in South Buffalo. Once an industrial area, a small piece of it has been converted into a park setting. This would be a great place to get edgier pictures take of you and your spouse dressed tot he ‘T’ with the old industrial area as a back ground. This is a great blend of the new and the old of Buffalo. This link to Google Maps show the area pre-remodeled....

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Burchfield Nature & Art Center

‘For more than 40 years, Charles E. Burchfield lived and painted in Gardenville, an area located in the northern end of the town of West Seneca.  This area is now home to our center, situated on 29 acres of nature trails and woods, wild and cultivated gardens, alongside the banks of the scenic Buffalo Creek. Today, people of all ages visit the gallery and grounds of our center to experience art and nature at its best.  Adult and children’s classes and activities, gallery exhibitions, festivals and special events means there’s something for everyone at our center.’ We shot a wedding here along with formals and it is a wonderful...

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Broderick Park

Broderick Park is one of the ‘Buffalo Micro Parks’ projects that “promotes and implements activity-focused and broadly appealing park projects in previously underutilized or abandoned areas of the Buffalo waterfront in order to spark enthusiasm, encourage civic involvement, provide public access, secure long term sustainability, and promote commitment and investment in our urban waterfront environment.” This little gem is a hidden treasure. It is located at the foot of Ferry St in Buffalo, NY. It is where a lot of fishermen go to get the catch of the day. Down here you get a view of the Peace Bridge like never before. If you are up for the...

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9197 Lake Shore Rd | Buffalo, NY 14006 | (716) 997-9816

M&M Photography is now Mary Katrina Photography! Click this popup to be redirected to our new site and check out our offerings! Same great photographers and fantastic service, just a new name!