Tuesday, September 18, 2007

A Glimpse through the Window of Time



I glanced out the window of the Dunkar Church and was transported back in time. A small Confederate formation stood by their encampment, the same ground occupied by Stonewall Jackson’s troops in 1862.

This humble church, the sanctuary of worship of a small German Baptist sect became the objective of the Union Army 1st Corps commanded by General Hooker on the morning of the 17th, the bloodiest day in American History.

4 comments:

Chad Oneil said...

Wow, I see you guys went back in time!

Mike said...

Great picture! It looks so real when these guys do their stuff. You can see their passion in what they do.

I love the way you composed this shot. It is hauntingly beautiful.

Old Wom Tigley said...

This photograph is a credit to your skill, this image could grace any wall, or book cover.

JAM said...

Wonderful photo. It would be fun to photoshop this one to look like an old tintype.

We used to take our daughters to watch the reenactments at Kennessaw Mountain when we lived near there. I never tired of reading about it and also watching the men doing that.