Biltmore in pictures

An American “Versailles.” Unfortunately interior photography is not permitted, but hopefully you’ll still be impressed by outside shots of the house and its gorgeous gardens. For more about Biltmore, be sure to check out this week’s narrative.

And there’s even an award winning winery on site too. 

And no home from the Gilded Age would be complete without its famous 1913
 Stevens-Duryea C-Six seven-passenger touring car. 

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    June 22, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Love the photos. What model/make/type of camera do you have? I’m just discovering a love of photography in myself, and am looking at upgrading from a point-and-shoot camera, but am a bit bewildered by the choice out there, so if you’ve any hints you feel like sharing I’d love to receive them.

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    the red headed traveler
    June 23, 2011 at 12:51 am

    Thanks for the compliment! I actually have a pretty basic digital camera-Nikon Coolpix S203 but am pretty happy with it overall. I’ve had it for about a year and a half, and with the exception of night shots that I don’t feel come out the greatest, it suits its purpose 🙂 Hints, hmm…I’m so much a aim and center kind of a picture taker. I do feel though that digital cameras for the most part are very user friendly. Good luck in deciding!

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