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18 hundreds

18 hundreds

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st james hotel (redux)

st james hotel (redux)

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redux

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wrought

wrought

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sunset alley

sunset alley

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strong’s cafe

strong's cafe

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step up

step up

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edmund pettus bridge

edmund pettus bridge

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shadow beams

shadow beams

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spanish moss

spanish moss

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conversation

conversation
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on time

on time

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drury fair jones

drury fair jones

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Edmund Pettus Bridge

Edmund Pettus Bridge

The Edmund Pettus Bridge is a bridge that carries U.S. Route 80 across the Alabama River in Selma, Alabama. Built in 1940, it is named for Edmund Winston Pettus, a former Confederate brigadier general and U.S. Senator from Alabama. The bridge is a steel through arch bridge with a central span of 250 feet (76 m). It is famous as the site of the conflict of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965, when armed officers attacked peaceful civil rights demonstrators attempting to march to the state capital of Montgomery.(source)

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at the gates

at the gates

..shot by wifey..

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roll tide

roll tide

..college football’s serious business down here in the south..

*shot by wifey

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bargain

bargain

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cahaba furniture

cahaba furniture

*shot by wifey

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st james hotel

st james hotel

..another shot by wifey during the Selma photo walk..

As the only surviving hotel in Selma’s downtown historic district, the St. James Hotel has witnessed much of the dramatic history that has played out in this picturesque Southern city. Built in 1837 atop the banks of the Alabama River, it was a home-away-from-home for visiting plantation owners, business men and even occasional travelers of less illustrious repute. After standing silent for more than a century, the hotel was reborn in 1997 after a $6 million restoration that brought together a group of investors and the community of Selma. One of the last riverfront hotels still standing in the Southeast, the St. James once again welcomes guests with elegant appointments such as solid oak furnishings, vintage lighting, luxurious fabrics and a charming courtyard that evoke an antebellum spirit of gracious hospitality. The hotel anchors the Water Avenue Historic District and offers spectacular views of the river and the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge, made famous in the historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965.(source)

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live oak cemetery

live oak cemetery

..shot by wifey during this year’s world wide photo walk at selma, al..