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Sunday, March 12, 2000 5:23 AM

The dark side of photoshop ...

This is a gallery of oddities, digital ones that is. A freak show of filtering. The above photos are from the Kennesaw Mountain state park. This place is certainly haunted, if not by angry dead souls than by the creeks and rocks that bled for a month after the slaughter. As crazy youths we would sneak into this park late at night and try to listen, there is a lot of noise in these woods even on a still night, the dark mountain trails seem very restless. Sometimes me and my dog rhino would hike these trails in the morning or late evening and he would seem real anxious for some reason, and bolt as if he saw a squirrel, but nothing but that constant wind would greet him. A little history:

 

Kennesaw Mountain June 27, 1864 "Hell breaks loose in GA"

Estimated casualties: 4,000 (Union: 3000, Confederates 1,000)

"An army lives on its stomach. For as long as man has warred, the toughest tactical feat is feeding the men who fight the battles. So often the tactical and strategic decisions of commanders are based on their ability to feed the men. It is this concern that causes General William Tecumseh Sherman to launch a full-scale frontal assault on the intrenched position of General Joseph Eggleston Johnston's Rebels at Kennesaw Mountain. "

by Randy Golden

 

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