Tallassee Shoals XVII: Proximity   1 comment

Above:  A Stone Structure in the Woods Near Where I Live, December 13, 2017

All Photographs Dated December 13, 2017

Photographer = Kenneth Randolph Taylor

This post is part of a series that began with this entry.

The image above is of the same structure that is the topic of this post.  The seasonal deleafing of trees creates a different view.

Above we see the ruins of the stone structure from a different angle.  We see the clearing (that eventually leads into Ben Burton Park on the right) behind the structure.  We cannot see the apartments in the background on the left, where the blue sky is evident.  When I turn around 180 degrees I see the view below:

Notice the river and the stone wall beside it.

Cropping that image a certain way emphasizes the wall (probably from 1895 or so) nicely.

Autumn and winter are wonderful times to gaze upon these relics of the former Tallassee Shoals Hydroelectric Facility.





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  1. Pingback: Guide Post: Site of the Former Tallassee Shoals Hydroelectric Facility, Athens, Georgia | SUNDRY THOUGHTS

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