Old Cahawba Park





Old Cahawba Park is an old ghost town located near Selma, Alabama. The town was once the site of the state’s first capital (1819-1826) and is located at the junction of the Cahaba and the Alabama Rivers.  This past week I join with fellow photographer Tony Triolo at the park and spent the day photographing some of the remaining buildings and sites inside of the old town.

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The New Dennemora Hotel



Several weeks ago I traveled back to the Shelby Iron Works located in Shelby County, Alabama. Afterwards, while processing my images I ended up focusing on several buildings located near the iron works instead.
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Mardis Mill Falls

Recently, I traveled to Blount County which is the home of several Covered Bridges. However, today I was visiting Mardis Mill Fall.

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The Yellowleaf Creek Mill





Built in 1850 the mill was originally known as Miller’s mill, and then later as Shannon’s Mill. In its prime it produced 4500 pounds of cornmeal, flour or grits daily, which was sold in area stores.

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The Clarkson–Legg Covered Bridge



The Clarkson–Legg Covered Bridge is a 270 foot Town Lattice truss wooden covered bridge constructed over four spans. The bridge crosses Crooked Creek and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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