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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Washington Reagan National Airport

I have flown in and out of this airport a number of times. I'm amazed at the cavernous nature of the main terminal. Heck, you almost need a cab to get from end to end.

The huge windows let in all kinds of light that mixes with the patterns of several large inlaid mosaics like the one in this photo.

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Photo Friday - Unforgettable

When it comes to things unforgettable, this is what was left of my first sailboat after hurricane Ivan passed through Pensacola. It was a 23 foot Hunter and I loved sailing her on Pensacola Bay.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Photo Friday - Reflect

Sunrise one foggy morning at one of my favorite spots resulted in this photo of the reflection of sea birds sitting atop the remains of a pier structure.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Photo Friday - Daybreak

Fleet at Daybreak
The photo was taken before the BP oil disaster. Typically these boats would head out to the gulf or into the bay to fish for shrimp. After the BP spill, they may as well have run aground. Some aided in the oil recovery within the bays, others just stayed tied up, putting a lot of local fisherman out of work.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

A Timely Message for us All

I spotted this message about two weeks ago and said I should take a photo of that - I didn't. After I returned from a business trip to South Carolina yesterday it was still there. So I figured I better take the shot while it's still there. What it says is important to us all. There are too many progressive forces at play trying to take God out of the picture. We are "one nation under God, indivisible" and we cannot let anyone try and take that away from us.