Beautiful shot of the lake. Jon they should give you a black belt in photography.
Excellent capture at the right time, God helped you make this one count.
Was drafted into the US Army and stationed at Fort Huachuca from about October 1966 through 1 AUG 1968 after basic training and assigned to the 557th Signal Company which moved to Ft. Huachuca from Ft. Lewis, WA. I was the Group Draftsman 81A20 mostly making maps, view graphs, charts and drawings. I worked for for an E10 named Tallquest. sp??. After the patch was finished I was sent to engrave some words about the fort and the Stratcom Patch just below it in a pad of concrete. They wanted a painted and engraved Stratcom Patch with the words written from a pad of paper. I did my best but, it did not look very good using the tools provided. Nothing was mentioned to me so I am not sure it was used for the Generals dedication and speech at the patch. Sorry the patch is gone. It wasted a lot of equipment and had some injuries building it.
Rafal “Bombel” O'bry…
Thanks for the comment and the L:145 :-)
Beautiful photo Kevin. Great job with the HD work.
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Belle image dramatique de noir/blanc.
nice old mill, not many around anymore
I always caught bigger fish on Wade's side of the pond.
Greetings from Romania,Gabi