(road trip) La route de la Turquoise au Nouveau Mexique
Je vous invite vivement à aller visiter le site de M. Lentz « cow-boy moderne », comme il aime se présenter. Sur son site, vous trouverez entre autres, des bijoux réalisés avec du bois de récupération qui accueillent quelques plantes. Un design très moderne pour ce cow-boy qui vit et travaille dans le désert du sud-ouest américain.
English Let’s keep visiting the amazing American South West. This time, Antelope Canyon, probably one of the most photographed canyon in the world. Everyone has already seen plenty of images taken there, as it’s kind of a photographer’s Mecca (even though it’s kind of a nightmare to visit for everyone without a photographer pass). It’s a very tricky place to shoot as the amount of light is fairly low and there can be up to 400 tourists in a 200 yards canyon! Hope you like it, there are more…
Major General James L Kemper, CSA. Kemper was a politician who joined the Confederacy, working his way through the ranks. Most known for leading one of Pickett's brigades at Gettysburg. After the war, served as Governor of VA.
17th and 18th Texas cavalry battle flag.
One of the first orders that Union Major General Joseph Hooker made after becoming the commander of the Army of the Potomac was on February 11th 1863, creating the Bureau of Military Information.
Private Robert Jones Co. I "Granville Stars" 23rd NC Infantry, died of Smallpox at Fort Delaware in 1863 after his capture at Gettysburg.
virginia paintings | Painting by Mort Kunstler, entitled, "After the Snow."…
Deadwood, South Dakota. Discovery of gold in 1874 set off one of the last great…
Wild Bill Hickok photographed a year before his death. Cheyenne, Wyoming. The 10 Deadliest Wild West Gunfighters