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I always appreciate corrections to photos I have posted, be it mis-identified or showing a wrong location! Please feel free to correct me! Update on April 17th., 2012! As of today, I have decided to decline any more invitations to join a group, as I feel like I'm in too many as it is! I'd like to thank every one who has invited me in the past, but please, no more invitations!

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The smoke stack was taken down a couple of months ago. No more flashing red lights at night.

Beautiful composition! YSL and greetings from Philadelphia. Neil

Really a fantastic shot!
Bright light, splendis reflections and great composition.
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Best wishes from Ravenna (I), Paolo

I would love a copy of this photo.

This is a great photo. I found it on Google, and it brought me to your page. All your photography is beautiful. I'm sharing the picture on my Facebook page. I hope that's ok. If you want me to remove it, just let me know.

On the bow is the name "Deep Blue" and on the stack is the company's name "Technip" (from blowing up your interesting image). The company has a picture of the ship by that name on their website at http://www.technip.com/en/media-center/photo-library under "Fleet and Facilities".

Hey Wayne! I'm 1 of your die-hard "C.C.Cars" fans and being a bigtime "car guy" as my Dad was, you have the best show TV's ever known! In the mid 60's Dad and I were Jim Hall's White Winged #65 & 66 Chaparral (2E our favs!)freaks and saw he and Hap Sharp (Phil Hill) vs the Orange McLaren's of the #4 & 5 Bruce McLaren and Dennis Hulme many many times at Laguna Seca and Riverside Int. Raceway, still the most exciting and closest racing I've ever witnessed and I've seen a lotta the close F1 racing as well while I was growing up in SF, CA! There will never be another "Can-Am" series or anything as innovative or spectacular as that to me! Also saw all the A & B Production racing in CA w/ the 66 Shelby SC Cobras 427's, 66 Corvette 427's, Porsche 911's and even Don Webers Porsche 904 which was always tough to beat in the end, it handled so phenominally but the 427's ate it up on the straights!), The Jag XKE 6 cyl's, Morgans, and the Shelby Mustang GT-350 & 500's and those days are a once in a lifetime racing era as well don't you think? Loved your show on the 1994 Ferrari Boxer 512i and I'm assuming you kept that one right? They were definitely a 1 of a kind Ferrari! Anyways just wanted to thank you sincere as I can be for teaching me so much about cars, restoring them and appreciate all that you do for the under privilaged in this country (The kids in the School., "The Special Olympics" etc etc as I've raised an autistic boy for many years and understand the challange so thanks Wayne! Like the Boxer, you as a human being, are a "one of a kind" and you have a very lucky family/friends! Always a fan! johnnyguit14@gmail.com aka John Polete Redding, CA PS- Someone needs to sell HBO or ESPN on a BIO on you! Carini starting at 5 yrs old! Haha! That I'd be a hoot huh!

Thanks for demystifying an enigma I've been trying to resolve for some time. Where did you find the proper name of this facility-- aeronautical chart?? And have the men in black shown up at your door yet??

Thanks again!

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Hey Chris, thanks for the correction. I have changed the arrow accordingly!

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