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The Most Honored Photograph. Doesn’t look like much, does it?

The Most Honored Photograph

But, depending upon your definition, this photograph, a team effort by 9 men, is the most honored picture in U. S. History. If you want to find out about it, read on. It’s an interesting tale about how people sometimes rise beyond all expectations. The Screwed Up Pilot First, let’s get this out of the way. His classmates all rapidly became lead pilots and squadron leaders, but not Jay. Things came to a head when co-pilot Zeamer fell asleep while his plane was in flight. Zeamer finally managed to get into the pilot’s seat by volunteering for a photoreconnaissance mission when the scheduled pilot became ill. The Eager Beavers Zeamer become the Operations Officer (a ground position) at the 43rd Air Group. He solved the first problem by gravitating to every misfit and ne’er-do-well in the 43rd Air Group.

The plane came later. But rebuild it they did. The misfit crew thrived on it. Buka In June, 1943, the U. Credit: World Factbook Epilogue. 40 Famous Quotes by Famous Artists to Inspire You. Great quotes not only inspire and motivate, they make you think, and can help you express what you have been feeling.

40 Famous Quotes by Famous Artists to Inspire You

This post highlights 40 famous quotes spoken by classical artists, painters, designers, photographers, poets, and authors. No matter what our craft, we are all artists in our own way. Hope you find this collection of quotes inspirational. I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free — Michelangelo Content precedes design. Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. — Ralph Waldo Emerson, Poet Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see. — Henry David Thoreau Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Design creates culture.

There's no retirement for an artist, it's your way of living so there's no end to it. — Henry Moore The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. — Aristotle. Facts & Figures: Enchanted Objects. Enchanted Objects Arthurian Legend The following magical objects found in the Arthurian legend are actually too enormous to list here.

Facts & Figures: Enchanted Objects

Since Arthur and some of his companions are found in Welsh (Celtic) literature, it is only right to list their possessions here. Back to the Appendix French Legend Though, the Charlemagne legend doesn't belong here, they are sometimes listed in Arthurian legend, comparing the object between two different legends. This page belongs to Timeless Myths. www.timelessmyths.com See Copyright Notices for permitted use. For feedback, questions, or just to say "hello", contact can made through the Contact page.

Home | Arthurian Legends | Camelot | Age of Chivalry | Songs of Deeds Copyright: Timeless Myths © 1999 Jimmy Joe. Fill Any PDF Form. Chromatic Illusion. Get a set of headphones–you’ll need them for this audio high.

Chromatic Illusion

Listen closely to the patterns. Once you’ve listened with both ears for thirty seconds, press STOP. Now remove the headphones from one ear and just listen to the pattern in the other. Do the same for the other side. Listen to them together. How It Works Chromatic Illusion incorporates two scales that range over two octaves. This audio high was developed by psychology professor and audio-explorer Diana Deutsch who has been experimenting with sound hallucinations in an attempt to uncover how our brains process audio signals. Chromatic Illusion © Diana Deutsch, 1995.

Free PDF Converter, HTML to PDF Converter For Free. Free Summarizer, an online automatic tool to summarize any text or article. Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds. Adrift, Stunning Time-Lapses of the San Francisco Fog. 10 Abandoned Psych Wards Photographers Love Sneaking Into.

Abandoned buildings have long held a fascination for me.

10 Abandoned Psych Wards Photographers Love Sneaking Into

They imply a mystery (what happened?) And a challenge (can I get inside and see?) As well as a thrilling bit of danger (guard dogs! Rape-happy squatters! The floor might collapse!) My Strange Geographies photo essays grew out of my fascination with abandoned things (and expanded from there), and I actually did hit a mental hospital recently -- a few months ago, on an island just off Venice, Italy, of all places. There are many UrbEx photographers out there (the advent of high-quality, relatively cheap digital cameras that can take pictures practically in the dark helped spread the craze), but one of my favorites, and a friend of mine, is Martino Zegwaard, a seemingly fearless Dutchman whose pictures of skin-crawly places are imbued with a strange beauty. The amazing shot above comes from a facility in upstate New York that he simply refers to as "MT. " Martino writes: You can see the whole creep-tastic photo essay here.

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