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    Posted April 4, 2010 by
    San Antonio, Texas
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    Weekend assignment: Past and present

    Remember the Alamo


    The picture is circa 1930's.  The place is the Alamo, Alamo Plaza in downtown, San Antonio, Texas.  It was very busy Easter Sunday at the Alamo.  There were people everywhere and walking all around, in front of and over me.  The guards were watching me like a hawk and I couldn't kneel down where I wanted (in the middle of the walkway), so lining up perfectly was impossible.  I did the best I could.  I think the person who took the original was much shorter.  It took many photos from many angles to try and line up the shot.   and I think it came out pretty good, I hope you enjoy it.


    Oren Skurnik

    San Antonio, Texas

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