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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Chestnut Hills - Rurality Thirteen



Western Lauderdale County, Alabama
The stone posts are engraved with
Chestnut Hills 1860 - 1915


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14 comments:

Sandra said...

beautiful and it looks like they don't drive that lane very much... that is really old for them to be standing that long, and I wonder what is on the land.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

What a grand entry! Taken on a perfect day, too. :)

Terri said...

Beautiful posts and love the history.

Andy said...

I love the pillars. They have there for a long time.

Tanya Breese said...

is this an old homestead? so mysterious!

A Creative Harbor said...

Creative photo ~ great eye for great pics ~ ^_^

Nell at njschout said...

Love that!

Pride In Photos said...

As soon as I read the old dates...my mind instantly wondered...all what happened on this piece of land. Very mysterious♥

Anne Payne said...

Don't you want to go investigate and see if there's an old homestead back there somewhere? I wonder if it was a slave plantation? I googled it but couldn't come up with any info :)

Nancy Claeys {dot} Com said...

Lots of history behind that gate I bet! Great capture Amy.

Bruce Clark said...

You sure do get some lovely sky's for your shots, Amy.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Lovely photo! I Wonder what it was the entry too. At first I thought maybe a cemetery but there are no tombstones.

Brian King said...

The pillars apparently lasted longer than anything else. Gorgeous photo!

Rose said...

I love this shot! I want to walk down that lane so bad!