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I Like-1 and Vote this very nice photo!!

Good luck in this contest.................!!

Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Greetings and best wishes from Greece-Piraeus.

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This bridge was destroyed by flood in 2009

Description from the National Register of Historical Places. Carnes, John Thomas, Family Log House ** (added 2001 - Building - #01000762) Also known as Clinton Farm Clinton Nature Preservem 8270 Ephesus Church Rd., Winston Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering Architectural Style: Other Area of Significance: Architecture, Exploration/Settlement Period of Significance: 1825-1849, 1850-1874 Owner: Local Gov't Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic Historic Sub-function: Animal Facility, Single Dwelling, Storage Current Function: Recreation And Culture Current Sub-function: Outdoor Recreation If you go to visit this place you cannot park on poole road. This will be plainly marked by the Douglas County Sheriffs department. You must park at the park before poole rd and make your way to the cabin through the woods. Trails are not marked and there are no maps of the trail system. The yellow and red paint you will see on trees apparently isnt an official marking system as they backtrack each other and will serve no purpose other than to get you lost.

Thank you very much it was an ambitious experiment ;)

Very nice William, nice use of hdr.

Eternal love over Atlanta. This stature is atop a crypt at Crestlawn cemetery in Atlanta Georgia, USA. These lovers are forever locked in an embrace overseeing the city from a relatively high elevation for this area.

Built in the style of coastal burial chambers in 1854 by Savannah planter Francis Harris McLeod (1784-1864), an investor in Roswell King's mills (Roswell King was the founder of Roswell Ga.). Located in the old Marietta Cemetery in Marietta, Ga.

N 33° 56.702 W 084° 33.024 16S E 726387 N 3758764

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