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It must be very old tree. Best regards from Serbia. KUKI

Thank you Stephanie ! Glad you like it !

Absolutely a fantastic shot!

Wonderful colors, textures and composition. The kitty is an added bonus :)

love the texture of the flaking paint and composition.

very beautiful photo


Wishing for you and your family a Happy New Year

all the best from Iran

Excelente. Eu Gosto. Bem vindo ao Grupo Beach and Sea. Feliz Ano Novo

Steeped in tradition, Lafayette Square is the radius around which downtown life in LaGrange revolves. From the center of this charming town square, a bronze statue of Gen. Marquis de LaFayette graces a glistening fountain. Gen. LaFayette, the famous French statesman and general who assisted in the American Revolution under Commander George Washington, was an official guest of Georgia Gov. George Michael Troup in 1825, during which time he is said to have commented to the governor on the similarity between the Creek Indian lands in central west Georgia to his personal estate, called LaGrange, near Paris, France. When Troup County’s official county seat was carved out of the Indian territory three years later, LaGrange was chosen as its name.

The statue of Lafayette at the square’s center is perhaps the landmark with which LaGrange is most readily identified. On permanent loan from LaGrange College, the bronze statue was created in France and erected here in 1976 in celebration of the nation’s bicentennial. City staff and local garden clubs maintain the lush grounds and seasonal flowers at Lafayette Square. A backdrop not only for scenic photography, but for various community events, Lafayette Square speaks to the unique charm and flavor of LaGrange and Troup County.



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