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An American observation post in Korea, in early 1953. By mid-1951, the battle lines had stabilized, straddling the 38th parallel that had divided the two countries in the beginning. The war would continue for two more futile years, with little change in the front lines, but the continual grind of fighting and casualties. Negotiations for an armistice were slow, only bearing fruit in July of 1953, bringing an end to hostilities and establishing a heavily patrolled DMZ between the two sides along the lines of battle.
A true peace treaty would not come to pass however, leaving the two Koreas dividing the peninsula, and remaining antagonistic towards each other.
Supertramp - Breakfast In America (1979)
Detail - My autographed inner sleeve!
We’re going to take you to the edge of space, where the sky gets darker, where you can see the curvature of the Earth, we’re going to travel across the Atlantic twice the speed of sound, faster than a rifle bullet, 23 miles every minute, we’re going to travel so fast we’re moving faster than the Earth rotates and the world will be watching us.
Here we are, October 24th 2003, we can get from London to New York if we want in 3 hours 20 minutes. Tomorrow, October 25th 2003 it’ll take nearly 8 hours.” concorde last flight ;(
No she does not.
On board New Zealand’s “America Cup” racing yacht with Mick at the helm & friends including, Greg Thomason, John McVie, Robin Anderson (red poncho), & more.
p.s. Just after I took this photo, I put the camera down & proceeded to projectile vomit as close to the side of the boat as I could make (unfortunately, I didn’t quite make it) the captain was not too pleased.
This picture was borrowed from Mick Fleetwood’s book, "My 25 Years In Fleetwood Mac” published in 1992 but it’s one of my favorite pictures with Stevie, so I thought I’d share it with you.
Please, I recommend reading this book for a look at Fleetwood Mac through Mick’s eyes, a fun read. Mick was kind enough, & I was honored to receive the first copy of his book as a gift. Here is a scan of the note he wrote to me on the inside of the front cover, it is very dear to me & I thought I would share it with all of you. Take care.