Sometime during July, I was taking some landscape photos around Brundage Point River Park in Grand Bay. There were two sculptures and I decided to using them as points of reference and scale in my photography. I was just being a tourist, play around with my camera settings.
I had checked out the tourist information office and read on an interpretive plaque that there had been a fire that destroyed a large number of home in the town in early 1900’s and the dedication plaque was in Unity Park.
Unity Park Grand Bay West Field Mullen road
On August 1921 A forest fire raged though West Field, leaving 55 families homeless with no loss of life. This memorial placed by the town of Grand Bay Westfield in the year 200
I located the fire dedication, and right beside it was another sculpture. This one was called Love. Now my curiosity was piqued; I…
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