:') ...thank~you, Neil ♥

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43 years after being the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong passes away. 25th August 2012.

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Itallica on August 28, 2012

A grand tribute!

Erik van den Ham on September 20, 2012

A wonderful tribute to this great traveler. I do hope his present journey is a s good as the trip to the moon...

Kind regards, Erik

Mircea_RAICU on September 29, 2012

Great work ! LIKE

stacy metcalf on October 8, 2012

Than~you for the recognition Itallica, Erik and Mircea.

Excellent wish there, Erik. i felt an emptiness when he left. He was to me the embodyment of courage, ambitious dreams and of the impossible becoming the possible.

regards from Canada

Erik van den Ham on November 12, 2012

That it sure was Stacy. What was to be impossible was done by these brave men and the opened up a window to the universe.

Best regards, Erik

stacy metcalf on November 12, 2012


els f-two on February 11, 2013

indeed a great tribute to this special man!

stacy metcalf on February 16, 2013

thank~you, els. i was moved and influenced by he and the achievements of the era.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on February 20, 2014

A very fitting tribute Stacy ;) welcome to the group "Moonoramios club"

Jim (Group moderator)

stacy metcalf on February 26, 2014

:) Thank~you, Jim. i hadn't noticed you were moderator.

Growing up in the "space race" and having a father interested in outer-space i have always had a love for these. i used to tell my daughters, "That is daddy's Moon" ;)

best wishes to you, Jim. stacy

Moonoramio˙s club

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Photo taken in Belgo - Black Mountain, Kelowna, BC, Canada

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    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX1 IS
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