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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Virginia Military Institute

Right Front Wheel on Canon

Chain and Toggle
I do not now what the circular piece is called, but I know 
tiny ones are used to close bracelets.

Turner Thingy on Canon 
I do not know what this is called also, but it is on the canon.

Lock on Canon

VMI from the Front

VMI from the Back
This is a scanned copy of a copy of a copy in a newspaper. This is the way VMI looked after the Yankees burned it.


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24 comments:

  1. Awesome photography ~ excellent ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  2. some cool shots in B&W. really like the chain and toggle and the lock.

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  3. Very cool shots and I like the black and white color. Thanks for sharing!

    Kim,USA

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  4. What an interesting place to visit. I love that you used black and white, and your technical terms are wonderful! :-)

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  5. Really heavy duty looking stuff here! Great photography!

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  6. What beautiful pictures, yes, a wonderful series in B & W, nice museum.
    Saludos

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  7. Great macro shots! Have a great week!

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  8. great images genie! we toured vmi a while back....it's a great campus!

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  9. These are stunning in black and white!

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  10. Wow...so very incredibly interesting!!!! I love historical posts just as you shared. Wonderful.

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  11. Interesting series. Great photography.

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  12. I like your black and white photographs a lot. All of these are very good and I also like the ones in the next post that are so linear.

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  13. Wonderful place. The details of canon are amazing.

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  14. Wonderful place. The details of canon are amazing.

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  15. A very nice group of photos! I like history a lot and love seeing photos of historical places that I've never been to.

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  16. Great B&W shots for the day and terrific history! I really enjoyed this look at your world, Genie! Well done!! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  17. very interesting shots. I love the black and white, it just changes the entire look.

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  18. I loved the up close and personal shots and your "thingy" term is one of my favourites :)

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  19. your POV makes all these machines look like art
    lovely

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  20. Those close-up shots are wonderful, Genie!

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  21. Interesting photos Genie. I love the macros. VMI looks so large!

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  22. what a great serie of bw shots! you are getting better and better genie! have a nice week :)

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  23. Interesting B & W. I was 20 in Sarawak before we had coloured photos.

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  24. Genie, I love the detail shots!

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