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lots more hi res cattle

lots more hi res cattle

further along the string of hi res pix are these cattle
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Louisiade Archipelago (with overlay)

Louisiade Archipelago (with overlay)

Off the southeast tip of Papua New Guinea lies a string of small volcanic islands and coral reefs collectively called the Louisiade Archipelago.
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KCTV Tower

KCTV Tower

KCTV's tower, located at its former studios (now the KCPT studios) on East 31st Street on Union Hill in Kansas City, Missouri, is a widely-recognized Kansas City landmark, due largely in part to the string lights on the four corners of the tower that can be seen for miles around at night. It is so recognized that, for a time, it was the official logo of KCTV.
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461st BG (H), Mission 88, Markersdorf Airfield

461st BG (H), Mission 88, Markersdorf Airfield

23 August 1944, Target: Markersdorf Airdrome, St. Polten, Austria

The third frag job of the month against enemy airdromes. The target was the Markersdorf Airdrome at St. Polen, Austria. The first string of frags started at the Southwest corner of the airdrome and continued northeast to the service apron, the second string fell across the western half of the airdrome. Seven ene...
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Hurricane Wilma Crosses Florida overlay

Hurricane Wilma Crosses Florida overlay

After battering the Yucatan Penninsula over the weekend, Hurricane Wilma finally hit Florida on October 24, 2005. Although Wilma had lost strength while over the Yucatan, the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico allowed the storm to re-strengthen before landfall. With sustained winds of 125 miles per hour, the Category 3 storm raced across Florida, leveling trees and knocking out power in many com...
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BBC Maida Vale Studios - Radiophonic Workshop

BBC Maida Vale Studios - Radiophonic Workshop

BBC Maida Vale contains four sound studios for music and drama. The studio was home to John Peel's Peel Sessions, a regular slot in which a current popular band would play a set exclusively for the show. It was also home to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, created in 1958 to produce sound effects and new music for radio. The most famous of the Workshop's creations using 'radiophonic' techniques...
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Sunset Crater

Sunset Crater

Sunset Crater is a cinder cone located north of Flagstaff, Arizona in the United States. The crater lies within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument.

Sunset Crater is the youngest in a string of volcanoes (the San Francisco volcanic field) that is related to the nearby San Francisco Peaks. It first erupted in 1064, and the last major eruption occurred in 1180, raising the ...
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Joseph Haydns birthplace

Joseph Haydns birthplace

Franz Joseph Haydn (March 31, 1732 – May 31, 1809) was one of the most prominent composers of the classical period, and is called by some the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet".

A life-long resident of Austria, Haydn spent most of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Hungarian Esterházy family on their remote estate. Isolated from other composer...
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Friedrich Kuhlaus grave

Friedrich Kuhlaus grave

Friedrich Daniel Rudolf Kuhlau (September 11, 1786 – March 12, 1832) was a German-Danish composer during the Classical and Romantic periods.

Born in Germany, he studied the piano in Hamburg. He lost his right eye at the age of seven when he slipped on ice and fell into the street. His father, grandfather, and uncle were military oboists. Even though Kuhlau was born to a poor fami...
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El Alamein, Egypt

El Alamein, Egypt

Site in Egypt where German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (the "Desert Fox") fought and finally lost.

Editor's Note (from the Wikipedia):

Rommel spent most of 1941 building his organization and re-forming the shattered Italian units, who had suffered a string of defeats at the hands of British Commonwealth forces under Major General Richard O'Connor. An offensive pushe...
No rating yet07/31/20051,235Google Earth Logo
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Danny Kayes grave

Danny Kayes grave

Danny Kaye (January 18, 1913 – March 3, 1987) was an American award-winning actor, singer and comedian.

Danny Kaye made his film debut in a 1935 comedy short entitled Moon Over Manhattan. In 1937 he signed with New York-based Educational Pictures for a series of two-reel comedies. Kaye usually played a manic, dark-haired, fast-talking Russian in these low-budget shorts, opposite ...
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