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quote:Originally posted by DAMBROSI2:[...] I kiss your feet again. Hope you have more. [...]
Unfortunatley that is all the ones I got this time around. May have to rent a car in February and drive down myself to get the rest of them. Would love to see more of everyone elses in the coming year!
One final picture as we head off into this last sunset of 2010. Easy enough ship to name, right? Enjoy
quote:Originally posted by eroller:Someday I will have to dig out the hundreds of old photos I have and scan them. It will be very time consuming. Thanks for sharing.Ernie
I know what you mean! That is the first time I have used the scanner in this manor scanning nearly 80 pictures and then re-sizing them to download on to CT.
Got another group coming next week of NAVY pictures, just the ships though, and some of the things I saw in my years in service. Wont be extensive as this last effort but maybe 30-40 pictures.
quote:Originally posted by dmwnc1:I know what you mean! That is the first time I have used the scanner in this manor scanning nearly 80 pictures and then re-sizing them to download on to CT.
Thank you again for posting all the pics. I know many of us are enjoying them immensely. I also know just how much work this must have been, and the time that it took.
It's a great way to start off 2011!
In comparison 'shipspotting' today can be about as exciting as visiting your local Toyota dealer-pretty boring IMO.
Have a Happy 2011 everyone! Take care and God Bless.
One question: what's the Chandris ('X') ship in the Miami set? I know about Galileo/Meridian, but that's obviously a different X ship at Miami.
quote:Originally posted by Tom Burke:[...]One question: what's the Chandris ('X') ship in the Miami set? I know about Galileo/Meridian, but that's obviously a different X ship at Miami.
That would be Britanis. Mind you, there were 'some' other 'different' Chandris ships beside her and Galileo too .
quote:Originally posted by Ernst:That would be Britanis.
[ 01-03-2011: Message edited by: Thad ]
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