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Goodbye and Goodnight, Raleigh!

The first photo published to this blog – a multi-exposure photo of myself taken at the Municipal Building in 2005

After more than five years of writing about and taking photographs of a city I’m in love with, it’s time for me to wind down my contributions to this blog.

I’ve made Raleigh home for the past eight years, but will soon call somewhere else home. This means that I can no longer continue posting here on a regular basis, and I’m turning over Goodnight Raleigh to our long time Editor and Historian, Raleigh Boy.

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