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Report - Into the guts of Crozet

insanebuslady

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Completed in 1856, built by slaves with hand drills and no dynamite :(. At 4,263 feet it was the longest rail tunnel in the US and 4th(i think) in the world. Confederate General Stonewall Jackson utilized this and other tunnels to move his troops quickly through the Blue Ridge Mountains.



Set from this summer

Scuse the non-UE photo(s?) Kind of a start-to-finish thingy thing. And I literally JUST realized that all of them are shot portrait. Sry about that doods

Portra 160 thru both cameras. except the last two, thems digi




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We depart, for the time being
I travel sortafar, and you travel none



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Like a moth into the flame



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Smell the concrete
Let it burn your nostrils, let your thoughts collide
with unjust irony, and diatribes




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We are the history of things yet to come








Set and one more pic on Flickor
http://www.flickr.com/photos/33940411@N08/sets/72157625334829481/with/5201582631/
 

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