A surprise in the trail: Central American Jumping Pitviper [OC] [3171×2114]
A Mexican lancer’s guidon captured at the 1847 Battle of the Sacramento River in northern Mexico by an American soldier serving with the Missouri Light Artillery. [2039×2321]
The new Museum of the American Revolution, designed by RAMSA, 2018.
My Native American chieftain drawing, Micron .005
Crashed Soviet M-17 plane (an attempt to copy the American U-2) [1600×1084]
Soapstone bullet mold used for making four sizes of rifle balls and bird shot with molten lead, American, c. 1800. [6016×4000]
American Beaver enjoying a willow branch [4427×2951] [OC]
The American Spirit at winter layup in Superior WI.
Epic sunset flying over the American Midwest (OC)[3264×2448]
Normandy American Cemetery. So far from home. The grounds are meticulously maintained. [2700 x 1800]
Ruins of the Old Sheldon Church, Beaufort County, SC, USA. Destroyed during the American Civil War, 1865.
Only 10s kids will remember the struggle….Images from American child labor in the early 20th century.
The French frigate Hermione, a duplicate of the ship that brought the Marquis de Lafayette to the U.S. and fought in the American Revolution. [786×1024]
Afghani teens playing baseball with American troops. Orgun Province, 2002. [2100×1500]
Perched on the rim of a gaping hole in the wall of a theatre in the Ryukyu capital, a Marine rifleman views the result of the American bombardment of Naha. Structure skeletons are all that remain of the city with a pre-invasion population of 66,000 people. Okinawa, 30 May 1945. [2862 x 2320]
“North Korean tanks burning and American tanks and Marines advancing on the main Inchon-Seoul road, six miles east of Inchon. North Koreans on the high ground in this area had been holding up the advance for some time.” Aerial photo taken from a British plane. [2363×1772]
American Lotus (Nelumbo lutea) [OC][2048×1536]
The terrible damage done to Tokyo by American bombers can be seen in what was once a residential district in the Japanese capital, viewed months later, on September 10, 1945. Only large well constructed buildings remain intact [1600 x 1145]
My signed copy of American Psycho
A view of the ruins of Brabant, France as American troops advance October 10, 1918 [2547 x 1515]
The American Hiking Society Logo
American Tug 34 [OC]
American Fork Canyon, Utah, USA [OC][3744×1960]
American troops entering the ruins of Saint-Lô, France in 1944. [928 x 677]
Robes à la Polonaise (American, c. 1780-85) [1488×1861]