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Monday, July 9, 2007

Wormsloe Plantation, Georgia

This photo was created using a technique called slide sandwiching, a once time-consuming task, but now can be done in much less time using Adobe Photoshop's image editing software. Tony Sweet, at Better Photo teaches a Fine Art Photography Class which has a great lesson on this technique. Check it out!

Wormsloe is located on Isle of Hope, near the city of Savannah and was the home to Noble Jones, a great friend and aid to James Oglethorpe, the founder of Georgia in 1733. Entirely built of tabby, a concrete made from a mixture of oyster shells, sand and lime, Wormsloe is now in ruins, but is part of the Georgia State Parks system and has a museum and activities concerning life in the young Georgia colony. For more information on Wormsloe, go here- Wormsloe Plantation.

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