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8/19/13

Gray Day

 
 Images from Kennesaw National Battlefield...




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21 comments:

Kim Cunningham said...

So iconic for Georgians! So many memories there.

Kerri Farley said...

Wonderful captures!

Tamar SB said...

Wow - gorgeous!!

Pride In Photos said...

I just love historic sites...so yummy to the heart.

Viv Halliwell said...

Great in black and white...

Yvonne said...

Love the black& white :)

The Artful Diva said...

you're getting around his summer - I feel like I'm on vacation! Thanks for sharing.

Janine said...

Love these shots in b&w.

Pieni Lintu said...

Looks very beautiful in B&W!

Tammy said...

Wonderful photos!

Ida said...

I believe that I may have visited this battlefield about 15 years ago. My mom & I took a trip to visit her pen-pals and one of them lived in Tallapoosa, GA. We drove through a battlefield much like this one on a foggy morning. It was rather creepy feeling. On our way back it was clear so we stopped and took a little tour through some of the area. If this wasn't the same one it sure brought back some memories from that trip.

Nancy said...

Perfect editing for these photos Dina -- so solemn.

Nicki said...

I agree with Nancy - perfect editing on these.

Sharon said...

Oh, I love these! I've taken trips just to visit Civil War battlefields. Your black and white editing is perfect, too.

Anne Payne said...

Battlefields are great places to visit and your photos are so poignant.

Sue said...

Wonderful glimpses of history.

=)

acreativeharbor.com said...

Great black and white historical shots ~ thanks, carol, xo

Lmkazmierczak said...

Great series of black and whites! My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/nursery/

Betsy said...

I like the black and white and will have to visit here when we take a trip to the area. I like to read about civil war history. Born in Cold Harbor in Hanover county va. where a bloody battle was fought. Thank you for the short cut so I could read about the history.
betsy

Madge Bloom said...

Places like that made me sad, but it is good to be reflective about such events and that real people died for the better good of us all... Thanks for sharing on Rurality Blog Hop this week!

EarlK said...

Wonderful black & white images.

Earl