We just watched the TV production of "The Kennedys" a couple of weeks ago... It always has surprised me how small this area actually is. It haunts me! Like
Warm regards, Marlene
Ah.... got it Phyllis
It took a very little research but now I understand
Phyllis, yes as Marlene mentioned, it haunts me also. Ive been to this very place, looked up in that famous book store window where the shooter stood, and walked along that knoll, its still a sad thought to remember, and its good you have shared this photo.
my best to you,
An historic landmark, and turning point, Phyllis!
I hope, my left of centre views, don't ruffle your feather boa!!! ;)
My best, David.
Nice place with such a grim history ....
Greetings from Poland, Marek
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Very nice. L+F
LIKE -BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITION -Namaste from Nepal
Very nice. Like
Gosto muito dessa foto!!! Um abraço e boa noite> Arolldo
Great capture of a historical site, great shot!
F2 + L9
Excellent picture, very nice shot, greetings from Vietnam, QuyTD. like10.
Very beautiful place and photo! Like!
Thank you so very much, Marlene, Jethro, Sarah, David,Marek, Wojciech, Sanjay, Polo, KhoiTran, Arolldo, Silverhead, QuyTD, Amadeus, and B.Pejchinov for your nice comments, Likes and Fav. I miss interacting with all of you on a more frequent basis and hope to again, soon. Warmest Wishes to each of you. Phyllis
Thank you so much, Blagoj, for you nice comment and LIKE. :) Best wishes for you, Phyllis
LIKE + FAVORITE
Hello Manek. Thank you for your LIKE & FAV of this photo. This is the street on which the motorcade was travelling when President Kennedy was shot. Adjacent to it is the building that now houses want is called the Sixth Floor Exhibit, from where the gun was fired. Glad you enjoyed seeing the scene. Warm regards, Phyllis
A place that has become of sad notoriety! Thanks for sharing! Like
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