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... front of it, it looked three dimensional. Only when you got to the ends could you see it was just flat boards set at the right angles to create the illusion. Most of the sculpture are, well, large welded metal I beams that are painted red. We have seen them in every city. Not too interesting. We don't get it. Perhaps we are not cultured. Optical illusion good, abstract red metal pile?? The replica of the famous Paris Metro station and the giant shiny metal tree ...
... of aircraft piston engines and one of biggest was a radial 9 row of 4 cylinders (36 cylinders) and over 5000 hp.
Dulles National Air And Space, were else can you see all these planes together? By the look on Aaron's face and the amount of running around he did taking pictures I think he had a good time as well.
At one stage we thought we might run out of time and would not be able to get there, now we have the pictures and memories.
... of marble, carefully crafted on an overlook that formed the basis of John and Jackie Kennedy's grave. Around the corner, out of view there was a mown piece of lawn, with a small wooden white cross (unusual, as nearly all the graves in the cemetery were slabs of marble). Underneath was a small inscribed piece of marble that declared the grave as that of Bobby Kennedy. Spectacular in it's simplicity. We left the cemetery and drove through Washington (not simple) to the ...
So, though I have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from people I tell about this trip, I also get a lot of puzzled looks and real confusion. This photo really resonated with me today - we focus on what we want to become, but less of letting go of things we don't want to be.
... great cacti which is one of my favourite plants - I have two cacti plants myself which I have had for years and I'm hoping my mum is looking after them.... I then visited the Air and Space Museum which houses three of the original four Wright Brothers' glide and flying machines. It was a fascinating exhibition and even more so if you miss out all the intervening years up until July 1969 and go straight to the Apollo exhibition - only 66 years ...