Friday, July 28, 2017

Though I live in Florida...the South...I will always consider myself a Yankee.  Slavery is just not a heritage anyone other than the most abominable racist would celebrate.  Industries of all kinds were manned by slaves and I can never seem to forget that.  The photographs below were made at the Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park. The building pictured was where sugar cane was processed and refined into molasses and granular sugar.  It was destroyed in 1836 by rebelling Seminoles and never rebuilt.  (MF Film, Deep Yellow #15 filter, 55mm lens)

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