Thanks, We were actually on the way to a shoot several miles to the north, but it was fiercely cold, yet the river was still open in places, which led to a thick hoarfrost.
Great Gibraltar island photo. Looking forward to camping there soon.
WOW! good composition and what good memories, I remember going to that little town in 1973, my first airplane ride ever was from YUL to CFB Greenwood, would love to go back there some days and thank's for posting it. Michael :)
I am sorry to hear that! When I hiked to this beautiful spot a few years ago, there was no signs to warn people.
Is is a DGPS station, see this link
Definitely not a Liberator but an Avro Lancaster. Squadrons of these were housed at Greenwoodin late 1945 pending the "Tiger Force" deployment to the Pacific war. Never happened due to Hiroshima and Naghasaki. I was there in 1947 when they rolled the first out to de-arm and refit for later use in Maritime patrol ASW work
This is the beach that is in Margaretsville beside the wharf
che posto eh? ci ho abitato 3 mesi e ogni mattina un giretto a cercar conchiglioni lo facevo anche io!
As Paul said, this is a Avro Lancaster, not a B-24 Consolidated Liberator. It was also used temporarly as an ASW aircraft.
Very nice shot.
I wish you a nice and wonderful 2009!