Friday, June 28, 2013

Alamo Landmark

One of the shots that I quickly snapped when we went to Alamo.  I am not sure what is the story behind this so if you know what it is, you may share it thru your comment.  Exploring the  Alamo was a great experience for all of us.  I just wish that we could have done it  in a cool day  as it was  very hot that day.

13 comments:

  1. Hi Rose! Ganda ng place! Great to see various places through your lens! Galing ng shot!

    Btw, I tagged you in a meme. I hope you don't mind!

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  2. Since you have changed to Google plus I am having huge problems getting on to your blogs. We have a slow connection and it does not go well with G+. Hope all is well Diane

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  3. I would love to visit the Alamo. I'm not sure what this monument represents either. Happy Shadow Shot Sunday!

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  4. I do not know about Alamo Sis :-( but that monument is really tall :-) Glad you and your family got a chance to explore Texas during your vacation :-)

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  5. I think that's a nice piece of structure...

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  6. Very nice! I would love to visit different things like this someday.

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  7. That looks cool.

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  8. I love this, I feel like I am on vacation with you. Wish I were as I would love to visit there. Keep up the posts but do not miss too much time with the family!

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  9. I believe that is a memorial statue for the Alamo. I haven't been there before but I have seen similar statues.

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  10. I was able to visit the Alamo many years ago. What an amazing place.

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  11. I usually google something I don't know and something I've heard in order to fill me up with the history or information that I need to know. Thank you for this, i have gained some history i have never known.

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  12. My family went to the Alamo last June as well. it was a fun experience.

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  13. that looks like the one at Luneta in Manila, maybe those were statues of heroes :)

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