Dahlonega, Georgia and the Blue Ridge Mountains
Dahlonega and the sourthern Blue Ridge Mountains.
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The panorama above is of Jack's hometown of Dahlonega, Georgia, a destination community in north Georgia where most everyone is friendly and above average. Dahlonega has the distinction of being the site of the first major gold rush in the US in 1833. The original county courthouse built in 1836 and located in the center of the Public Square is now the home of the Courthouse Gold Museum, a Georgia State Historic Site. The buildings on the left in the above photo are part of the campus of the University of North Georgia with other campuses in Gainesville, Watkinsville, Blue Ridge and Cumming, Georgia.
This site, Landscapes by Jack, displays the photography of Jack Anthony. Many of the images are made in the area of Dahlonega, Georgia and the north Georgia Mountains. Jack can be contacted at JackandJune@Gmail.com should you want to discuss the photographs. Other web sites displaying Jack's photographs are www.jackanthonyphotography.com, www.jjanthony.com and www.dahlonegavineyards.com.
For information about Jack's most recent book, Mountains and Waterfalls of North Georgia, go to www.jjanthony.com. Jack has also co-authored a new book about Lumpkin County's own river, The Chestatee - River of Lights.