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I went to San Antonio last week. I hadn’t been there in a while and I was surprised at how many changes have been made to the grounds and security. It was a real challenge to get this close to the front doors of the Alamo and I was given only a short time to take this picture. I included a part of the pillar to the left, where it is believed to be the place where Davy Crockett was bayoneted to death, by three Mexican soldiers. The doors have a special meaning to Texans and Americans alike. This is not the usual picture most people see and remember, when they think about the Alamo. I wanted you to see it close up. The photo has not been touched up in any way. Look closely and you will see the bayonet marks on the door, and the many bullet holes in the building and door.

Photo taken using Lumix 12X


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  • Shulie1
    Shulie1almost 3 years ago

    Fantastic shot, Jerry – what a beautiful door! Pretty sad when even historical monuments have to have so much security

  • Thanks. Shulie

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  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sedicialmost 3 years ago

    OCTOBER 12th, 2011
    ► See your work in the Permanents Featured Gallery
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  • Thank you Mary. Jerry

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  • AJoyfulSeason
    AJoyfulSeasonalmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you for featuring me in your group. Jerry

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    artisandelimagealmost 3 years ago

  • PhotosByHealy
    PhotosByHealyalmost 3 years ago

    5 November 2011

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    Walter & Gene

  • Thank you Walter and Gene for the feature. Jerry

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  • fourthangel
    fourthangelalmost 2 years ago

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