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The light at the end of the (rock) tunnel
Standing beneath the “Duck Rock” at Devil’s Den sure reminds a person how small they are. As you can see, it’s not the sort of place to just skip and run with pure abandon unless you want a broken ankle (or a broken anything, really), but if you’re just taking your time and enjoying the view, go for it. I like how the light intrudes on this shot; in this ancient space there’s shadow and seclusion, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel . . .
LT. COL. JAMES WASHINGTON HANCE
53RD Georgia Infantry
Born October 26 or November 30, 1828 --- Died July 02, 1863 at age 34
Lt. Col. Hance, originally a member of the 19TH Georgia Infantry, was married to Sallie and had four little girls at the time of his death, Blanch (age 6), Lela (age 5), Sallie Jo (age 4), and Mamie (age 2). He was killed in battle and is buried at Laurens City Cemetery in Laurens, South Carolina.
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