Weekly Photo Challenge: An Unusual POV

Photographers don’t usually capture the underside of a staircase, but my point of view came from the historic significance of this one.  Perhaps the earliest example of a cantilevered or floating staircase in Georgia, it is found in the historic Chief Vann House which was constructed in 1803 and 1804 by James Vann.  Vann was not only a Cherokee chief but was also the wealthiest businessman in the Cherokee Nation.

Vann House staircaseFor more Points of View, see http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/unusual/

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24 Comments Add yours

  1. Becky says:

    Thanks for the pingback! 🙂

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  2. adinparadise says:

    Very unusual POV. That staircase certainly has some history and could probably tell a few interesting stories. 🙂

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    1. Definitely could tell some stories. When the Vann family was removed during the Cherokee Trail of Tears, the Georgia state militia tried to smoke them out by throwing a burning log on the staircase. The damage can still be seen to this day.

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  3. Andrea says:

    VERY NICE
    GREETING(s)from ANDREA
    BEAUTIFUL DAY

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  4. mithriluna says:

    Very interesting! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Amy says:

    Thank you for sharing the fascinating story!

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    1. It is an interesting story. Thank you for your comment.

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  6. Zen says:

    At first I got confused whether this is a door or a staircase.. 🙂

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    1. I can see how that might happen. It’s definitely a staircase, just taken from below. 🙂

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      1. Zen says:

        An unusual POV indeed.. 🙂

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