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  1. #18011
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    Tim, not to put to fine a point on it but... Bald Eagle, AKA USA national symbol.

    Angkor Wat is quite a feat, considering that, by legend, it was built overnight. Thanks for all of the temple shots. Most of us will never have the pleasure of going there.
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  2. #18012
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    Nothing compared to Angkor Wat, but I haven't posted anything in a long time lol
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  3. #18013
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    Quote Originally Posted by jr_rodriguez View Post
    Nothing compared to Angkor Wat, but I haven't posted anything in a long time lol
    Refreshing shot. Don't be a stranger.
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  4. #18014
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    Dread. It's the anniversary of your 2013 family Continental Crossing. Found any new photo's?
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  5. #18015
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Tim, not to put to fine a point on it but... Bald Eagle, AKA USA national symbol.

    Angkor Wat is quite a feat, considering that, by legend, it was built overnight. Thanks for all of the temple shots. Most of us will never have the pleasure of going there.
    Yes. I realised that. To put a finer point, my favourite eagle eagle would be the 'Screaming Eagle'. I don't know why they call it the Bald Eagle since it's anything but.

    Angkor Wat was bulit over night. Should tell that to those slack Romans. ("Rome wasn't built in a day")

    I'm glad you enjoy my temple shots. It's been such a pleasure shooting and posting them. However, if you chance to consider going thre now is the best time than ever before. Now it's easier to travel and find food to all tastes.
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  6. #18016
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    Quote Originally Posted by jr_rodriguez View Post
    ... I haven't posted anything in a long time lol
    ...
    What D70Fan said.
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  7. #18017
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Dread. It's the anniversary of your 2013 family Continental Crossing. Found any new photo's?
    Here's one from exactly 1 year ago as a faux HDR

    DP2013.05.28 (36 of 267) by Dread Pirate Roberts1, on Flickr

    And here's one of my daughters

    Anne 2013.06.03 (4 of 513) by Dread Pirate Roberts1, on Flickr
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  8. #18018
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    DPR;
    Should have posted them sooner, those are good shots. NASM in DC? Looks familiar. Thought at first it might have been the Air Force Museum but that wouldn't have had Navy planes in it.
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    Seeing the picture starts the process
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  9. #18019
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Here's one from exactly 1 year ago as a faux HDR
    Muy Marveloso Senior Dread. Feel free to follow up with more.
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  10. #18020
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    Yes it was the Air Force Museum.

    Here's May 29 2013, Antietam Battlefield

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