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Thread: The Crash Site Of The "Over-Exposed" B29 Superfortress - June 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Ah...you weren't far away MB. Love your take on this place. Doesn't get as much traffic as other places because, as you found out, it's a bit of a yomp. Well worth the effort though and you did a great job photographing it.
    I think I actually went either before or after you by a few days on this, I was indeed up a rather large mountain before this, an evidently got stranded, but I think I posted on your report either about being there or close to your visit :)
    I had walked 11 and half miles day before if I done this first, I would of enjoyed the walk haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    Really enjoyed that mb.i need to get my butt in heat and take the trek up there.i can imagineits a sobering place and you have done it with respect
    Thank you mate, highly appreciated, make sure you take comfortable footwear and really plan it, its a hell of a trek if you do what I did (walk the long way around) ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Proper Job, beautifully shot, I can empathize with you going a bit further than your leg wanted, must have bin a bugger coming back, loved it, Thanks
    I would of been good minus the 11 and half mile walk the day before an mountain climb, im only 30 but feel my knee is around 80 years old compared haha
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    [QUOTE=mockingbird;354216]I would of been good minus the 11 and half mile walk the day before an mountain climb, im only 30 but feel my knee is around 80 years old compared haha
    Glad you liked my take Smiler :D[/QUOTE

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    Very tastefully done with the photos, you give a sombre feeling to such a beautiful place. I have visted a couple of crash sits near where I live though nothing like what you show in you photos remain
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    [QUOTE=smiler;354228]
    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    I would of been good minus the 11 and half mile walk the day before an mountain climb, im only 30 but feel my knee is around 80 years old compared haha
    Glad you liked my take Smiler :D[/QUOTE

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    Quote Originally Posted by night crawler View Post
    Very tastefully done with the photos, you give a sombre feeling to such a beautiful place. I have visted a couple of crash sits near where I live though nothing like what you show in you photos remain
    Thank you, sometimes my style works I guess, I've visited a few since this but nothing compared to imagining what it would feel like up there at night, a real moment that's for sure. Appreciated.
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