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I live in a tropical Island Paradise...GUAM, Where America's Day Begins. It is awe-inspiring to view millions of beautiful photos from around our planet Earth by hundreds of thousands of professional photographers, photo journalists, photography enthusiasts, and amateurs (like me), as well. It's a humbling experience to be in the company of these fine folks, who motivate, educate and enhance my drive to be a better photographer. What's especially pleasing is when I view my photos via my media and discover minute details I was not aware was there when I 'captured that shot'. Since posting on this site over 6 years ago, my photos have been used (by permission) in textbooks, travel and other online sites, school projects, and even war memorabilia - who knew... I hope you enjoy my photos.

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Hi Gustl thank you , warm Greetings from Scotland & a merry Christmas & Happy new Year to you to . Regards David ...

Thanks Tim...entire photo is editing except for cropping

Absolutely picture perfect...

hey comment...are ya kidding me? anyways...i'm heading to Anderson ...ultimately Bahrain...not sure when...peace out,,,Rob

Fotografía magnífica, Felicitaciones...

Add comparison:

MT. LAMLAM in Guam is 37,828 ft from below sea level

Mauna Kea in Hawaii is 33,838 ft from below sea level

Mount Everest is 29,029 ft from below sea level

Guam sits atop the Mariana Trench, situated between the Philippine Tectonic Plate, which subducts the Pacific Tectonic Plate (Earth's old crust). The Challenger Deep (deepest part of the Mariana Trench has been measured using sonar 3x, (by 3 different scientific expeditions), showing depth ranging between 10,902m-10,916m, making it the undisputed deepest part of the ocean on Earth. These facts gives Mt. Lamlam the distinction of being the highest mountain on Earth below sea level.

Actual military jeep used by U.S. Military forces during the recapture of Guam from the invasion/occupation of the Japanese Imperial Army of Japan during WWII. Jeep was restored by former USMC member John Gerber who founded & ran the Guam War Museum in Ordot, Guam protected and open for public viewing w.other WWII relics. This jeep only travels outside the museum during Guam's Annual Liberation Day celebration.

Amazing picture Like-2 Greetings from Polish

A Guam Rainbow shows its hospitality as it salutes the T-Birds Pilots & their awesome machines at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.

NOTE: As an amateur photography hobbyist, these awesome machines were moving so fast, I had trouble taking clear pics, even w/digital..sigh*


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