A fireball rises into the sky during a controlled detonation performed by coalition forces from the Air Force’s 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron and the Australian army at an explosive ordnance disposal range in Southwest Asia [2789 x 1867]

A fireball rises into the sky during a controlled detonation performed by coalition forces from the Air Force’s 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron and the Australian army at an explosive ordnance disposal range in Southwest Asia [2789 x 1867]

It’s not perfect – needed to unpack boxes to make room. This is my entire collection of American Civil War novels. There’s nonfiction and fiction. I love this collection 📚 ❤️

It’s not perfect – needed to unpack boxes to make room. This is my entire collection of American Civil War novels. There’s nonfiction and fiction. I love this collection 📚 ❤️

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and rubble.” 1945. [2360×1772]

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and… Continue Reading

B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come of tragedy. (With truly no political thought behind that statement.)

B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come… Continue Reading

U.S. Army regulation M1864 non-rigid knapsack of the type worn by Union soldiers in the later years of the American Civil War, c. 1864-1870. [5696×3880]

U.S. Army regulation M1864 non-rigid knapsack of the type worn by Union soldiers in the later years of the American Civil War, c. 1864-1870. [5696×3880]

A stereoscopic camera from 1864, used to take 3-D photos of the American Civil War. Thousands of “stereo view” photos were made during the war, letting people far from the front see it more intimately. [1198×799]

A stereoscopic camera from 1864, used to take 3-D photos of the American Civil War. Thousands of “stereo view” photos were made during the war, letting people far from the front see it more intimately. [1198×799]

Uniform of Confederate soldier Private John T. Appler who served with the 4th Missouri Infantry during the American Civil War, c. 1862-1863. [3200×6108]

Uniform of Confederate soldier Private John T. Appler who served with the 4th Missouri Infantry during the American Civil War, c. 1862-1863. [3200×6108]

Railroad workers pointing at damage caused by artillery fire on the steam locomotive named Fred Leach and its tender during the American Civil War. [3000×2307]

Railroad workers pointing at damage caused by artillery fire on the steam locomotive named Fred Leach and its tender during the American Civil War. [3000×2307]