That place has an interesting history. I have a friend who purchased 25, 50 gallon drums of "junk" from an auction in the mid 50's of Bannerman's...
I once had a patient who looked kind of like that after someone took a knife to him.
I always wonder when the docs are done if they get...
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WW1 but there is a mix of rifles. 1917 Enfield as well as the 03's.
I did add grain on some of different versions but I decided on this one for here. I have some others I may post and I'll try with them. Thanks...
Anty how are you? This was shot at Williamsburg, Va. this April.
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Those look as good as anything I've seen in the history books. Good job.
What's that I hear.....SWEEP!
I agree with Hertz. Toast is the way to go.
Let's see. My mom gave me an old Brownie Hawkeye when I was 11 and that sparked an interest in photography. I used that camera for a few years...
Three Coins In The Fountain - Frank Sinatra
I was there a few weeks ago. Did a good job getting shots of the guards without a bunch of people in them. Pretty impressive place.
I don't have any photos but the people I have watched that do this for a living carry a small step ladder with them for the shots where the rider...
Good photos and great job for stopping and moving them out of the way.
But it won't be a Mac.
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