Location: San Francisco Bay California
Technique: HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Featured in Group:
“Live Long & Dream” – January 27, 2009
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“Posted: NO TRESPASSING” – February 14, 2009
“The Begginers Corner” – January 30, 2009
This image is dedicated to the Men & Women of the United States of America like “Leona” (R&B Buddy E.R. Bazors Mum) who actually stood guard at locations similar to this with binoculars contributing to the Country’s coastal defense.
My Buddy Bazors description:
“I am sure that my Mom would have appreciated that….she stood watch on a platform up in the ity bity coastal town of Fort Bragg, California. She told me about the bunkers around the bay at San Francisco…I didn’t mean to imply that she stood watch at that location. But, I am sure that many dedicated citizens like her stood watch with binoculars and coastal defence canons of some sort at this location to keep the entrance to the bay safe during the years of the war.
Everyone had a need to feel part of the defense of the country…and there were real dangers from the Japanese on the West Coast. So, since Mom (Leona) is gone now I am sure she would be happy to have you dedicate that photo to all of the citizens like her who stood watch on U.S. shores during the war to help keep everyone safe".