Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Juan Seguin


One of the founding fathers of Seguin. I'd recite a history for you but it's very lengthy!

10 comments:

Jing said...

I like the bronze sculpture!
:P
hee hee..i heard there rained, right??:P

Jing said...
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Thiên said...

It did rain, Jing! We loved it.

Nathalie said...

Good contrast and detail and very interesting cropping on that one, like it!

Curly said...

Military men on horseback always make interesting statues, a challenge to the sculpture too.

Curly's Photoshop

Anonymous said...

Thien,
I'd like to use your photo of Juan Seguin for an article I'm writing for my paper, "Wilson County News". Please respond on this blog with your approval/disapproval.

Thiên said...

That's fine Anonymous. Send me a copy will you?

Anonymous said...

Thien,
Thanks! It will be in the 10/25 issue. You can access it after that date via our website: www.wilsoncountynews.com
Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Yup, Juan Seguin. How about a pic of where he is buried Thiaan. Thanks. I use to like jogging up and down the hill where his grave site was, not because he was there, but because that was the route I ran. Wonder if he is still there.

AlanDP said...

There was actually a comic book made about Seguin's adventures during the war. It's a very pricey collector's item. I saw one once, but didn't have the money to buy it.