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Patrick Prerost

Updated: Aug 10, 2014 11:00am PST

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raymac

Updated: Aug 10, 2014 6:31am PST

Brian Moran HDR Photos : My online gallery of photos that I have created.

Brian Moran HDR Photos

BrianMoranHDR

My online gallery of photos that I have created.

Updated: Aug 05, 2014 9:32am PST

Tunisia : Month of May, a trip to Tunisia, from the northern ruins of Dougga down to the desert dunes around the Shot el Jerid and Tataouine... or should I say Tatooine? the legend is still alive! Don't miss Matmata where you could sleep in a troglodyte bedroom, maybe a bit like Luke in an improbable future, traces of the Roman civilization in Sbeitla with the ruins of Sufetula, red fields of poppies as far as the eye can see near Makthar, Ksar Ouled Soltane keeping the grains to survive in the desert or the ruined Berber village of Chenini, with its prominent white mosque. A wonderful country with extraordinary people.

Tunisia

Galerie-du-Lac-Blanc

Month of May, a trip to Tunisia, from the northern ruins of Dougga dow ...

Updated: Aug 01, 2014 3:38pm PST

Street Photography :

Street Photography

hstowe

Updated: Jul 24, 2014 1:33pm PST

Digital Manipulations : Digital Manipulations, using a host of programs. Mainly Photoshopp CS5, Fractalius, flood &amp; Daz Studio<br />
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Digital Manipulations

Don Alexander Lumsden (DigitalEchos)

Digital Manipulations, using a host of programs. Mainly Photoshopp CS5 ...

Updated: Jul 22, 2014 8:05am PST

Embarcadero :

Embarcadero

OnTheLam

Updated: Jul 21, 2014 5:32pm PST

Savannah Ga. Bonaventure Cemetery : John Mullryne establishes Bonaventure plantation
The history of Bonaventure begins with the saga of two early and prominent colonial families, the Mullrynes and the Tattnalls. In 1771 John Mullryne, and his son-in-law, Josiah Tattnall, owned approximately 9,920 acres of Georgia land, including 600 acres just three miles from Savannah on St. Augustine Creek. This site became the family plantation, named Bonaventure, French for “good fortune.”

Mullryne, who also built the third Tybee Lighthouse in 1773, established a small family plot on the grounds, which eventually formed the nucleus of the present-day Bonaventure Cemetery. The first identified adult to be buried here was Harriet Fenwick Tattnall, interred in 1802.
Evergreen Cemetery was purchased by the City of Savannah in 1907 and became Bonaventure Cemetery. In 1982, it was placed under the supervision of the city’s Department of Cemeteries. In 2001, thanks in part to the efforts of BHS volunteers, the Cemetery was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Today the cemetery is still active, containing nearly 100 acres.

Savannah Ga. Bonaventure Cemetery

deuxechogenaux

John Mullryne establishes Bonaventure plantation The history of Bonav ...

Updated: Jul 18, 2014 2:29pm PST

Switzerland & Austria :

Switzerland & Austria

OnTheLam

Updated: Jul 18, 2014 1:26pm PST