Back in the mid to late 1980s (I think it was about 1987) I went on a trip to south Florida. I was living in London, Ontario at the time and flew down to Tampa from Toronto, a flight which included a champagne breakfast. One of the stops was the Kennedy Space Center at CapeCanaveral. I never realized how big the Saturn V rocket was until I saw it laid out on the ground. The above photo is of the booster rocket. You can see someone taking a photo which should give you some idea of its size. I'll have more photos once I've scanned the colour slides. This will take some time since I'm working during the week when time is limited. Meantime, enjoy this one! - V
Volker: Various interests such as art, history, geography, music, philosophy, photography, etc. The cameras used to take photos are an HP Photosmart R717 (6.2 megapixels) and a Sony DSLR A100 (10.2 megapixels), both digital.
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