This photo, Oakland Cemetery's Bell Tower Building in Spring, was taken by taken by Dan Lineback and submitted by Julie Lineback. It shows the historic cemetery’s famous Bell Tower, which was constructed in 1899. Bell Tower Ridge, at 1,070 feet above sea level, is the highest ground in Oakland and is the second highest naturally occurring point in Atlanta. A two-story farmhouse stood here in the summer of 1864. The farmhouse served as the headquarters for Confederate commander John B. Hood during the Battle of Atlanta, which was fought to the east of the cemetery on July 22. SOURCE: oaklandcemetery.com. (In
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Steven Broome’s Photo Tips: Your UCM team doesn’t want to leave you feeling abandoned with your point-and-shoot cameras. After all, we are depending on you to send us your best pictures. Steven Broome, assistant director and photographer, shares a few photo tips as you venture out. Read more ...