Turned out almost as good as I think it would be. Playing with it in the darkroom might yield the vision i had.
I sat the camera on the display case and did a 1sec exposure.
I was trying to get Douglas MacArthur’s autograph but my angle was changed during composition.
Easily my favourite photo of the set.
I felt random that day.
I’d love one of these fans.
I was trying to purposely use 1/15 lately, usually I stops at 1/30.
Imagine lots of people, and limited beds.
I actually put some thoughts into this photo.
You can hear echos from the past.
Original Ford Model A parked by the LST393. It had a muffler bungee strapped to the running board. There’s a paper on the window it said something like… ” Original – Un-restored Ford Model A, to commemorate the car carrying the nation through the great depression and world war 2. “
Not the first time I visited the LST 393, but this time I am bought the kid with me.
LST stands for Landing Ship Tank, otherwise known to the enemy as Large Slow Target.
Interesting fact – the original flag that sailed on D Day in Normandy is still preserved on the ship.