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Friday, April 07, 2006

July 16, 1945

Not my most dramtic shot, but one of great importance.
The primary reason for our visit to New Mexico was to attend the twice annual open house at the Trinity Test Site. This marker is at Ground Zero of the first nuclear detonation. Certainly an interesting and errie place to visit for any student of history, or even if you lived during the Cold War. One could easily say this is where the second half of the 20th Century started.
Canon 20D - 1/125th, 32mm @ f/9, ISO 100

1 Comments:

Blogger CameraDawktor said...

I see what you mean by eerie....and SAD!!

4:22 PM  

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