Confederate Memorial

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© Judy and Wayne Wanamaker
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UploadedApril 24, 2011
TakenApril 15, 2011
ModelCanon PowerShot SX30 IS
Exposure1/320 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.019 mm

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This beautiful obelisk was erected in honor of those who lost their lives fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War. Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Nashville

6 responses

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (24 Apr 2011):

    There are 1,400 unknown Confederate dead buried around this memorial, most of the soldiers having been killed in late November 1864 at the Battle of Franklin, 25 miles to the south.

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (24 Apr 2011):

    The red accents are particularly nice.

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (24 Apr 2011):

    Nicely done, Judy. It was a real challenge to get well-lighted shots with the weather conditions, but you did well.

  • Linda Houghton

    Linda Houghton   gave props (24 Apr 2011):

    Grat capture Judy!!!!!!!

  • Shirley Valencia

    Shirley Valencia   said (26 Apr 2011):

    super structure, super couple......

  • John Linton

    John Linton said (27 Apr 2011):

    Another monument to Union marksmanship. My father was born and raised in Kinston, NC and loved to travel New England pointing out the statues to Confederate marksmanship. My mother was born and raised in Berwick, ME and wasn't all that impressed with his observations. And so on and so forth...

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