Man landed on the moon.

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    45 years ago. This was a day those of us who were on the planet remember exactly where we were.
    from my pile of old newspapers.
    Newspapers copied with D7100 and kit lens.
    Assembled in CS5

    gill4kleuren - 17 ml views, Pavel P., and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mick cooke 52 months ago | reply

      brings back memories i was in the city Of bath when this happened

    2. henkel2009 52 months ago | reply

      wow! thanks for the memories, I was living in Victoria, with a very sick baby that day! (She is fine.) LOL

    3. ColetteSimonds 52 months ago | reply

      Great clips and they make me feel ancient as I remember those glorious times!!

    4. T i s d a l e 52 months ago | reply

      These look like you just bought them Peter.

    5. S Cansfield 52 months ago | reply

      I was too young to remember......

    6. lifecatcher2010 52 months ago | reply

      ah yes.....great memorabalias peter........

    7. Helefran 52 months ago | reply

      I only kept one newspaper to remember man's landing on the where did I put it? :)) Good set of memorabilia and well composed.

    8. Little Hand Images 52 months ago | reply

      Yep, I daughter met Buzz Aldrin a few weeks ago at a NASA conference. Pretty cool....!!

    9. Peter_Mackey 52 months ago | reply

      Little Hand Images meeting Buzz Aldrin now that is cool.

    10. Pensioner Percy 51 months ago | reply

      Not another person who keeps old newspapers ,
      Overjoyed,I keep telling my Wife they are worth keeping,although the pile is getting bigger.This posting will convince her I am sane and healthy.LOL
      Nearly forgot.. super interesting capture.

    11. Peter_Mackey 51 months ago | reply

      Pensioner Percy Yes I love those old newspapers and Time magazines. Like you not everyone in the household is impressed! So ... LOL
      Hope you are keeping well.

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