September 2011 – Photographs in Review

September 30th, 2011

A view up to the statue of Martin Luther King Junior with the inscription, "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope." A bundle of asparagus, a single yellow squash and two carrots lie on a pan before cooking preparation begins. Cloe the regal Weimaraner lying on the ground in this up-close black and white portrait. Cloe the Weimaraner photographed upside down looking like a bat with big dog ears. An expressive Weimaraner furrows her brow. The Hexagon and Gambit Spy Satellites being unveiled for a limited time at the Air and Space Museum near Dulles Airport. The propulsion system on the Hexagon KH-9 spy satellite. The complex internal wires of Hexagon, the Cold War era spy satellite. The gold blast shield of Hexagon, the Cold War era spy satellite. A wide angle panoramic view of a recently unveiled American spy satellite. Internal components of an American spy satellite. Another view of the underside of the recently unveiled Cold War era spy satellite featuring two highly polished silver orbs. A video screen showing "Picture Redacted" as a crowd watches. The view from above of a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane. A direct view at the cockpit and front of the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird supersonic spy plane. A photograph of the writing on the side of the B-29 cockpit on the Enola Gay

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