Description Summer, 2008: Commercial Street on the left and the Pilgrim. Monument on the right.Prospective image from the upcoming hard cover photography book 'Chatham Views' by photographer Christopher Seufert.http://www.ChathamPhoto.comThe corner stone of the Monument was laid by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1907. He was escorted by 7 battleships, and when he touched his trowel to the cornerstone of the monument the battleships fired a salute to a considerable breakage of glass.
Christopher Seufert, Chatham, Cape Cod Member Since March 2007 Artist Statement Christopher Seufert specializes in wedding, portrait, aerial, and landscape photography.
He has a background in journalism, film, and both traditional and digital photography. Visit his downtown Chatham gallery, the Narrowland Gallery, at 17 Post Office Square. See his online photo gallery and hire him for a shoot at http://www.CapeCodPhoto.net.
He is the author of six hard cover photography books:
"The Cape Cod National Seashore: A Photographic Adventure & Guide (Schiffer, 2012)
"Cape Cod & Islands Reflections" (Shiffer Publishing, 2010) available online here http://www.capecodphoto.net
"Dune Shack Life: Photos from the Cape Cod National Seashore" available here http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1147794
"Chatham Views: A Photographic Journal from Cape Cod, Massachusetts" available online here http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/397104
"Chatham by Air: Aerial Photographs of Chatham, Cape Cod" available online here http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/283179