Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/12/14

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Subject: [Leica] Tina
From: walt at (Walt Johnson)
Date: Thu Dec 14 12:49:08 2006
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That's close to downtown Charleston the morning after Hugo. This 
particular image ran  a year later in a Life Mag follow up. It's the 
road which curves south after the bridge and runs to the Battery.  Going 
through my old files reminded me how lucky the historic section was. 
Most of the really severe damage was a bit north and well into the 
northwest. I had to drive almost to Columbia the day after to ship film 
out...(could have used digital then)  The destruction on I 26 was 
something else Most blamed it on tornadoes forming from the storm rather 
than the winds themselves. Had I ever considered becoming a churchgoer 
that would have been the time. :-)


Tina Manley wrote:

> At 12:20 PM 12/14/2006, you wrote:
>> Tina
>> If you are not too busy readying your tinfoil cap for the upcoming 
>> solar flare????? ;-)
>> Walt
> Is that in Charleston?  I'm surprised we didn't have any hurricanes 
> this year after all of the predictions.  The astronauts had to hide 
> from the solar flare!  It's going to be 70 degrees here tomorrow - 
> December 15th.  Solar flare or global warming?
> Tina
> Tina Manley, ASMP, NPPA
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