There is a little back story. The picture is from our final family reunion. The picture of the crawdad reminded me of decades ago when my cousins and I would run to the creek after lunch to catch some. It was good to see another generation having just as much fun.
Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park is the site of a Civil War-era iron plant that supplied the Confederate army which is why I chose the metal beads as the text outline. The furnaces were fueled by the trees in the forest surrounding the plant.
The picture was taken with an old camera phone. I ran it through Photozoom 7 to increase the resolution and clean up the JPEG artifacts.
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