Tuesday, March 19, 2013 (Day 43)–Atalaya

It warmed up after lunch nicely and hit at least 70 today.  At 2:00pm I took the tour here at the state park of the Atalaya property.  This is an unusual house built here by the wealthy Huntington’s in 1931-1933.  The state park property actually belongs to Brookgreen Gardens across the highway and is leased to the state.  The property was left by the Huntington’s.

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After the tour I went into town for a few hours.  After I ate some dinner I went back out to the causeway and shot the following…

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5 thoughts on “Tuesday, March 19, 2013 (Day 43)–Atalaya

  1. If this vacation thing ends, you might find your second career in photo’s, they are all good. I even see some that would make great wall paper. Girl you have a keen eye for things. Keep It up. j.

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