A shot in the mirror:
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Well perhaps not.
Anyway, one of my photographs, that I’ve published on Flickr, with a Creative Commons License, has been featured, with my permission, in the Schmap Florida Keys Guide for the iPhone and iPod touch.
You can see how Schmap has used my photograph here, and of course, if you have an iPhone or iPod Touch, and you’re off to the Florida Keys, you might want to download the guide.
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Wade Hampton III, born in 1818, was a Confederate cavalryman in the Civil War, rising to the rank of Lieutenant-General.
He had been active in politics before the war, and returned to it, an embittered man, afterwards. He became a leading fighter against Republican Reconstruction in the south, he went in to serve again in the Senate, and was also the US Railroad Commissioner for a time, having been appointed by President Grover Cleveland.
During World War Two a liberty ship was named for him – the SS Wade Hampton.
The monument to him in this photograph is situated in Marion Square, Charleston, SC
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