1605Fw: Reagan On Mount Rushmore
- May 15, 2009Reagan on Rushmoreby Ambassador Fred Eckert
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Reagan on Rushmore
Photo by Fred J. Eckert / Imaging by Ted Williams
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Monument ValleyThis scene in northern Arizona, next to the Utah border, became the iconic image of the American West after Hollywood used it as the backdrop for so many John Wayne Western classics such as Stagecoach and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.
Egypt, The Great SphinxHalf-human, half lion, stands guard at the pyramids at Giza. One of the largest single stone statues in the world and the world's earliest known monumental sculpture, it is believed to have been built in 3000 BC. Phrase "Riddle of the Sphinx" refers to fact that so little about it is known for certain. Italy, RomeIn the courtyard of the Palazzo del Conservatori in Rome is a scene that I find evocative of The Eternal City in which I once lived -- remaining fragments of a gigantic 4th century statue of the Emperor Constantine II. Easter Island,
South Pacific OceanThe giant statues on this Easter Island platform stand 16 feet high and each weight about 18 tons – and they are neither the tallest nor the heaviest on the island. We can only speculate as to their meaning.
Linville FallsWidely considered to be the most attractive waterfalls in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, Lineville Falls is located in the north-west area of the state just off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Mexico, San Miguel de AllendeThe historic mountain town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, is noted for its colorful windows and doors. Australia, KoalaThe Koala, a marsupial often mistakenly called a Koala bear, has become a symbol of Australia every bit as much as is the kangaroo.UNSUBSCRIBE: From time to time we find special opportunities we believe you as a valued customer may want to see. This email was sent to basebfamily@... because you are signed up to receive Special Offers from Human Events. Click here to update your email preferences or unsubscribe. Please do not attempt to respond to this message as your reply will route to an unattended email box. If you have questions, please send them to SpecialProducts@....If a friend has forwarded you this message, visit HumanEvents.com to subscribe to FREE conservative news alerts from Ann Coulter, Newt Gingrich, Pat Buchanan and Chuck Norris.
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