Well that looks a bit familiar Lex...but I have never been here in the dark :-)))
Nice! Good work. L Warm greetings from Cracow
Thankyou Caroline and Proxima, its a little dark but a lot of fun being here before dawn. Cheers , Lex
It is a bit on the dark side but it does add a sense of reverence somehow... (at least for me)
Ciekawe foto ! like
True Stuart it is a bit too dark but the night is darkest before the dawn! ,hello Krystyna, Thankyou for once again stopping by.. :-)
You've captured the atmosphere brilliantly (no pun intended) here Lex! An excellent photo!
A BIG * YSL *
Sounds like a line from a Mamas and Papas song Lex. Darn good song too..like this image..darn good. VNPL mate. It's a very special connection with that US sub fleet in W.A.
Hello Judy & Jock, cheers guys . It is a tad too dark but you cant win 'em all ... Yes there were US subs here in WW2.. My regards to one and all. ~Lex
Excellent exposure. L#07
A wonderful capture of the sunrise!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Like * Greetings, John
Yes my Mum met some of them in Geraldton :-))
On the Dark Side....yep...he is :-))
If you go down the dark side forever will it something something.....etc.. :-)
Beautiful shot here Lex. Definitely a must seeing enlarged. Love the color, light, stars, and silhouettes. Best wishes!
Cheers for that Spencer.!
very nice photo !! greetings!! like
Thanks again &ri.co.. :)
Beautiful photo! And, thanks, Aussies, for putting this up for our boys. :D LIKE!
Hello Diane that's quite ok, it was an pleasure to have the GIs based in Oz during WW2 helping to turn back the yellow tide..
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Photo taken in Mount Clarence WA 6330, Australia
Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum
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