Entrance to Elegance

© Carolyn McIntosh

Entrance to Elegance

Uploaded: October 19, 2011

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Having watched the documentaries of the great homes of America, visiting the residence of Henry Flagler was definitely on my bucket list. This man was responsible for getting the railway on the East Coast down into Florida and Key West, a major engineering feat at the time. There are tributes paid to Henry Flagler and the Keenan family throughout Florida. He lived in the Gilded Era and has often been referred to as one of the Robber Barons along with the Vanderbilts, however he certainly contributed much to society in his lifetime.

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Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/125 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 70.00 mm, Model: NIKON D700

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