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Egads
11-01-2008, 07:55
Hey everyone,

What are your favorite gallery photos?

I think some of The Old Fhart's pics are great.

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2597&catid=member&orderby=title&direction=ASC&imageuser=1531&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2269&catid=member&orderby=title&direction=ASC&imageuser=1531&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2586&catid=member&orderby=title&direction=ASC&imageuser=1531&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2088&catid=member&orderby=title&direction=ASC&imageuser=1531&cutoffdate=-1

Please consider this thread Straight Forward

Egads
11-01-2008, 08:04
Here are a few more of my favorites

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=911&catid=popimages&orderby=views

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=23353&catid=popimages&orderby=views

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=22190&catid=popimages&orderby=rating

emerald
11-01-2008, 14:17
Many places on the AT appeal to me, but the place I may like best of all is Baxter State Park. Since I can't visit as often as I desire, one of the next best things is watching for TJ aka Teej's posts to WhiteBlaze's gallery.

He has posted many which are of the finest kind. It's hard to pick a favorite or even a handful. His photo entitled Katahdin, early October (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=1100&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=314&cutoffdate=-1) captures in a single image the essence of a NOBO AT through hike. It depicts Katahdin a long day's hike from the south when it might be the best time of all to be there under optimal conditions.

I would add many of his photos make great Windows desktop backgrounds. They appear often on my monitor.

emerald
11-01-2008, 14:35
My best upload to WhiteBlaze's gallery is entitled Blue Mountain azalea (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=20037&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=6796&cutoffdate=-1). I hope those who have not seen before it will enjoy it. It depicts a native azalea as some of it's blossoms are beginning to fall on NPS corridor in Pennsylvania near my home. I also uploaded a larger image for those who may wish to use it as a Windows desktop background.

If only I could have captured a better image including the spicebush swallowtails which were all over them that day. I must leave that to your imagination and hope you will see them as I did.

Nicksaari
11-01-2008, 18:12
i enjoy tipi walter's pics.
but i bet that if THE Lone Wolf took and shared some pics, his would be outstanding.
but then again, most everyones pictures on WB gets me erect for some backpacking. i mean that in the least offensive way possible.

Gray Blazer
11-02-2008, 09:24
The photo gallery is my fav part of WB. OLd Fhart has some amazing pics. Check mine out. Mostly from GA/NC/TN and FL.

Egads
11-02-2008, 10:21
i enjoy tipi walter's pics.

I agree with you, although I get cold just looking at them. I always enjoy Tipi's trail reports too.

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=14600&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=7874&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=16729&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=7874&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=14601&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=7874&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=14479&catid=member&orderby=rating&direction=DESC&imageuser=7874&cutoffdate=-1

Texasgirl
11-02-2008, 11:58
Any photos of the mountains along the AT, especially Katahdin. There's so many beautiful pictures of that place.
http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=9325&c=popimages&orderby=rating

Homer&Marje
11-02-2008, 13:05
Heres a few of my favorites. First one is my all time favorite. Thanks John:D

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25697&catid=searchresults&searchid=18849

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=15363&catid=searchresults&searchid=18850

A few of my own

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=28671&catid=member&orderby=dateline&direction=DESC&imageuser=17846&cutoffdate=-1

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25532&catid=member&imageuser=17846


http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25526&catid=member&imageuser=17846

rcli4
11-02-2008, 13:21
[QUOTE=Nicksaari;718480]i enjoy tipi walter's pics.

First time I saw them. The guy is a wakjob. He thinks he is an Indian with a full beard and lives in a tipi with a stove? What is his real name Running dingbat. He's kinda old to be playing indian.

Clyde

Bearpaw
11-02-2008, 13:24
[quote=Nicksaari;718480]i enjoy tipi walter's pics.

First time I saw them. The guy is a wakjob. He thinks he is an Indian with a full beard and lives in a tipi with a stove? What is his real name Running dingbat. He's kinda old to be playing indian.

Clyde

Water isn't playing anything. It's who he is.

He most likely figures we're dingbats for working ourselves into the grave to live in houses that are much bigger than anything we need. And he may just be right.

Now could we please get back to the topic of favorite member photos?

rcli4
11-02-2008, 13:26
But he is not an Indian

Clyde

mudhead
11-02-2008, 13:31
Tipi's pics make me shiver.

The dog tongue pic was amusing, too.

I don't miss FL.

Bearpaw
11-02-2008, 13:38
But he is not an Indian

Clyde

Many a bearded mountain man took to tipi living when possible. And who's to say there isn't some bloodline in there. I look like a redbearded old Celtic mutt myself, but there's also some Creek and Cherokee about 4 generations back.

Of course you couldn't tell it from this pic (http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=23350&catid=member&imageuser=5025).

Homer&Marje
11-02-2008, 13:47
Just me being a crazy cat owner. But this picture I have always gets me:D
She does this every time we get the packs out.
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/browseimages.php?do=member&catid=member&orderby=dateline&direction=DESC&imageuser=17846&cutoffdate=-1&page=3

Homer&Marje
11-02-2008, 13:48
Post last edited blah blah blah cause I hit the wrong link.

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=26714&original=1&c=member&orderby=dateline&direction=DESC&imageuser=17846&cutoffdate=-1

Egads
11-02-2008, 17:40
Please consider this thread Straight Forward


i enjoy tipi walter's pics.

First time I saw them. The guy is a wakjob. He thinks he is an Indian with a full beard and lives in a tipi with a stove? What is his real name Running dingbat. He's kinda old to be playing indian.

Clyde


But he is not an Indian

Clyde

Clyde - Please keep your prejudices to yourself & stay on topic.

Bulldawg
11-02-2008, 18:18
Many a bearded mountain man took to tipi living when possible. And who's to say there isn't some bloodline in there. I look like a redbearded old Celtic mutt myself, but there's also some Creek and Cherokee about 4 generations back.

Of course you couldn't tell it from this pic (http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=23350&catid=member&imageuser=5025).

You look sort of like Zac Brown (http://www.zacbrownband.com/) to me in that pic Bear!

Bulldawg
11-02-2008, 18:23
I have a few I am partial to myself.

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=27451&catid=member&imageuser=15354

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=27446&catid=member&imageuser=15354

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25417&catid=member&imageuser=15354

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25021&original=1&c=member&imageuser=15354

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=23997&original=1&c=member&orderby=views&direction=DESC&imageuser=15354&cutoffdate=-1

I could list a lot more!

rcli4
11-02-2008, 19:42
Clyde - Please keep your prejudices to yourself & stay on topic

I don't understand. A full grown man that is obviously white, dresses up like an Indian in public, and you take from that, that I am predjudice? Sorry, some great pics, carry on.

Clyde

Lone Wolf
11-02-2008, 20:52
I don't understand. A full grown man that is obviously white, dresses up like an Indian in public, and you take from that, that I am predjudice? Sorry, some great pics, carry on.

Clyde

i understand. don't worry about the sensitive ones

Wise Old Owl
11-02-2008, 20:56
But he is not an Indian

Clyde

Who Cares! - Wish I had his skill!

Lone Wolf
11-02-2008, 21:05
Who Cares! - Wish I had his skill!

easy to learn

emerald
11-02-2008, 21:15
Maybe I could find my favorite pic of The Knife Edge and post its link?

Bearpaw
11-02-2008, 21:18
I have a few I am partial to myself.

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25417&catid=member&imageuser=15354

I could list a lot more!

Pink crocs and two missing front teeth. If that's not the cutest future blackmail picture, I don't know what is!

emerald
11-02-2008, 21:24
Click on Purple? (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=5517) for one of the best sunrise photos in WhiteBlaze's gallery.

Bulldawg
11-02-2008, 21:27
Pretty awesome sunrise!

peanuts
11-02-2008, 21:30
oh wow awesome pic!!!

emerald
11-02-2008, 21:30
Maybe I could find my favorite pic of The Knife Edge and post its link?

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=8641

emerald
11-02-2008, 22:13
Click on Sandy Stream moose (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=4156) to see if you agree.

Kerosene
11-03-2008, 00:01
There are a bunch out there that I love, including some listed above. Here are others that I've flagged as favorites:

Wayah Bald (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=26739) by gghiker (NC)

Webster Cliffs Boulder (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=13119) by Kerosene (NH)

Lonesome Lake Sunrise (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2317) by Old Fhart (NH)

Lake of the Clouds (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=13128) by Kerosene (NH)

Tinker Cliffs (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=9923) by BlackCloud (VA)

Symms Gap Oak (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=9994) by Kerosene (VA)

Palmerton Misty Forest (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=23295) by augie (PA)

Peters Mountain Trail (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=7987) by Kerosene (VA)

Rainbow Ledges (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=10462) by fiddlehead (ME)

Katahdin in Fall (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=9325) by tarheel (ME)

emerald
11-03-2008, 01:00
Just to prove I like images from places other than Baxter State Park, click on Stratton Pond, VT (http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=9600) to see winterberry holly's red fruit brighten a rainy day.

Homer&Marje
11-03-2008, 08:41
A few more I found. Don't know if I put these in my gallery.

Gray Blazer
11-03-2008, 11:01
They are not my favs by a long shot, but, I get a kick out of all the shelter privy photos. I'm proud to say I have no privy photos in my WB gallery. The photos I like the best and ones I try to get pics of are the AT route taken from the AT itself or surrounding peaks. One of the best views of the AT route is from Water Rock Knob on the Parkway in NC. You can see the AT route through the Nantahalas and the Smokies and beyond on a good day.

max patch
11-03-2008, 12:19
That was easy. Next question, please.

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=6924&original=1&c=member&orderby=posts&direction=DESC&imageuser=163&cutoffdate=-1

Kerosene
11-03-2008, 13:26
The photos I like the best and ones I try to get pics of are the AT route taken from the AT itself or surrounding peaks.Here's a poorly stitched panoramic of the route from Daleville to McAfee Knob: http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=1746

This past weekend, my shuttler from Erwin back to the Tri-Cities Regional Airport took me to a hilltop just outside of the airport where you could see the section I had hiked the previous 7 days from Damascus to Erwin. He pointed out Shady Valley, Holston Mountain, Roan, Unaka and down into Erwin. Really cool, especially as the setting sun cast a reddish tinge to the entire ridgeline on a clear evening. Wish I had had my digicam.

Gray Blazer
11-03-2008, 13:37
Here's a poorly stitched panoramic of the route from Daleville to McAfee Knob: http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=1746

This past weekend, my shuttler from Erwin back to the Tri-Cities Regional Airport took me to a hilltop just outside of the airport where you could see the section I had hiked the previous 7 days from Damascus to Erwin. He pointed out Shady Valley, Holston Mountain, Roan, Unaka and down into Erwin. Really cool, especially as the setting sun cast a reddish tinge to the entire ridgeline on a clear evening. Wish I had had my digicam.

I hate it when I don't have my camera and a great pic presents itself.

Homer&Marje
11-03-2008, 18:00
They are not my favs by a long shot, but, I get a kick out of all the shelter privy photos. I'm proud to say I have no privy photos in my WB gallery. The photos I like the best and ones I try to get pics of are the AT route taken from the AT itself or surrounding peaks. One of the best views of the AT route is from Water Rock Knob on the Parkway in NC. You can see the AT route through the Nantahalas and the Smokies and beyond on a good day.

I don't know who would not take a picture of a privy...seems some how illogical to even conceive...wow I got the i before e except after c rule right on the first try :D

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25530&catid=member&orderby=dateline&direction=DESC&imageuser=17846&cutoffdate=-1

Homer&Marje
11-04-2008, 07:42
Just saw this one on the home page this morning. Thought it was fantastic.

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=6709

mudhead
11-06-2008, 18:01
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25257

This popped up for me. Appealing.

Homer&Marje
11-06-2008, 18:41
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=25257

This popped up for me. Appealing.

I downloaded that a couple months ago because the shot I got of that flower never came out on my film...very disappointed because they were all over the Berkshires in June. Mostly of that color, but a few other color varieties as well.

Egads
11-11-2008, 22:04
I forgot about Mountain Squid's pic of Laurel Falls

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1166&d=1165688489

Homer&Marje
11-12-2008, 09:51
Some Ice Springs in VA

Kerosene
11-12-2008, 11:47
I forgot about Mountain Squid's pic of Laurel FallsThanks, I hadn't seen this one. I just hiked through a few weeks ago and the water flow was still impressive given the drought.

BTW, I think the proper name is Laurel Fork Falls. These falls are quite accessible to the day hiker, especially if they can get to the Dennis Cove Road trailhead and hike south for 1.2 miles, a quarter mile of which is very steep.

Frau
11-12-2008, 14:35
I was looking at some of Old Fhart's Trail Legend photos the other day, and they are great: Pirate, LW, PawPaw, Matthewski. NOW I can't find them all!! Great shots, all!

Frau

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:15
Finding TOF's photos/portraits, slowly:

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=16915&catid=member&imageuser=1531


Fr.

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:18
Another TOF gem:

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=16922&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:19
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=16919&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:21
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=13702&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:24
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=5980&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:26
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=3457&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:27
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=3452&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:29
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2643&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:42
Absolute favorite!: Pirate portrait--

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2272&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:45
PawPaw;
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2167&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:47
Nimblewill Nomad:
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2149&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Romancin' the Blaze:
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2148&c=member&imageuser=1531

Frau
11-12-2008, 15:50
Last but not least, Baltimore Jack
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2138&catid=member&imageuser=1531

Rachel's Challenge has given me WAY too much free time today.....

Tipi Walter
11-12-2008, 18:45
[quote=Nicksaari;718480]i enjoy tipi walter's pics.

First time I saw them. The guy is a wakjob. He thinks he is an Indian with a full beard and lives in a tipi with a stove? What is his real name Running dingbat. He's kinda old to be playing indian.

Clyde


But he is not an Indian

Clyde


I don't understand. A full grown man that is obviously white, dresses up like an Indian in public, and you take from that, that I am predjudice? Sorry, some great pics, carry on.

Clyde

My girlfriend Little Mitten saw this thread and has this to say:

"I got really angry when I read about what was said about TW. Just because you don't have black hair and so forth doesn't have anything to do with how much Indian you have in you.

The blood quantum percentage is a government policy to lower tribal roles thereby giving less land alottments to any Indians not having a higher percentage of Indian blood. In the old days the Cherokees never used blood quantum to figure tribal membership, they either accepted you into the tribe as a Cherokee or didn't.

It disgusts me that someone can judge someone just by a picture. If more of us lived in a tipi the world might be a better place. Alot of people have watched too many old westerns and they think all Indians should have dark skin and dark hair, but there's lots of us that don't. There's not that many full bloods left.

Humble Bear, an Indian friend of mine who lives in Virginia, carries a playing card, the ace of hearts, and he shows it to anyone asking about his tribal affiliation. He says, "We all have one red heart."

My sewing awl is pointed and my beaded buckskin bag is full of tobacco. It's time to gather wood and live close to the land." Little Mitten.

Phreak
11-12-2008, 18:56
I forgot about Mountain Squid's pic of Laurel Falls

http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1166&d=1165688489
Damn!

Tipi Walter
11-12-2008, 19:28
BTW, here's my two favorite fotogs:

The first shows Little Mitten sitting on a rock in the middle of Bald River in TN. The next shows the same exact place in flood stage(Little Mitten got out in time!). The second shot is downriver from where I was camped along the Brookshire trail in the Upper Bald River wilderness area. I actually had to cross this thing right before the pic was taken though I was higher up. Still it was a near disaster, etc.

Pedaling Fool
11-12-2008, 20:22
[quote=rcli4;718765]





My girlfriend Little Mitten saw this thread and has this to say:

"I got really angry when I read about what was said about TW. Just because you don't have black hair and so forth doesn't have anything to do with how much Indian you have in you.

The blood quantum percentage is a government policy to lower tribal roles thereby giving less land alottments to any Indians not having a higher percentage of Indian blood. In the old days the Cherokees never used blood quantum to figure tribal membership, they either accepted you into the tribe as a Cherokee or didn't.

It disgusts me that someone can judge someone just by a picture. If more of us lived in a tipi the world might be a better place. Alot of people have watched too many old westerns and they think all Indians should have dark skin and dark hair, but there's lots of us that don't. There's not that many full bloods left.

Humble Bear, an Indian friend of mine who lives in Virginia, carries a playing card, the ace of hearts, and he shows it to anyone asking about his tribal affiliation. He says, "We all have one red heart."

My sewing awl is pointed and my beaded buckskin bag is full of tobacco. It's time to gather wood and live close to the land." Little Mitten.
Little Mitten speaks the truth. There's a lot of DNA research going on to try and follow the human origin. What's been found is that some white people, say in America, can have more DNA commonality with black Africans in Africa than with other white people in Europe.

Also, DNA is being used in genealogy research and people are finding surprising results, such as, people in Europe learning that they have Asian blood and the list goes on with very surprising results...

People are people and our racial differences are very superficial and many fall victim to nature’s trickery.

Lone Wolf
11-12-2008, 21:48
just about everyone i know says they're 1/8 cherokee :rolleyes::D

Serial 07
11-12-2008, 22:06
not gonna quote little mitten's post, but she's dead right...i love WB because i love the trail...and some bantor back and forth...but this may be one of the best lessons on here...

let's stop hatin' and fearin' each other...

Cookerhiker
11-12-2008, 22:15
Back to topic...

Lots of great photos and photographers on WB but IMO and apparently that of many others, Old Fhart is the best. For those who don't know, he won several prizes at this year's Gathering photo contest.

trailfoot
11-12-2008, 23:33
Here is a great pic of Grayson Highlands in the winter:
http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=19946

camojack
11-13-2008, 01:35
just about everyone i know says they're 1/8 cherokee :rolleyes::D
I'm ¼ Cherokee, myself... :cool:

Lone Wolf
11-13-2008, 04:08
I'm ¼ Cherokee, myself... :cool:

of course you are :rolleyes:

Crazy Larry #1
11-13-2008, 06:02
just about everyone i know says they're 1/8 cherokee :rolleyes::D
Well I am a Heinz 57.......

Frau
11-13-2008, 08:05
Didn't know about TOF's awards---he certainly earned them.

I can state unequivocally that I have NO Indian ancestors. My crotchety sister-in-law drew up our family tree when she worked for the DAR (whoopty-doo). Most everyone in these parts claims to be 1/4 Monacan, the indigenous people.

Frau

Homer&Marje
11-13-2008, 08:47
I'm 100 % Dutch. Can I change that to 1/4 Cherokee somehow? JK

Wish I could live like you to Tipi, keep it up. One of my best friends is about 1/2 Sioux and the rest Irish (and English but he won't admit it I don't think). But the Sioux is what he's most "Proud" of. Meaning that's the culture he wants to follow and emulate himself afterward.

Culture is like religion folks. There is lots of them, they are all wrong, they are all insane and inane to someone else, and we should not tell people how to choose their own.

Don't be racist folks. Hate everyone equally like a good little hole.:D

Gray Blazer
11-13-2008, 10:44
I'm an American.

Pedaling Fool
11-13-2008, 11:12
I'm an American.
Actually, according to the DNA research we're all African-Americans. I vote for reparations:eek:

jhick
11-13-2008, 13:12
just about everyone i know says they're 1/8 cherokee :rolleyes::D

just like every Italian in Philly has an uncle 'in the mob'.

rcli4
11-13-2008, 20:13
I didn't say anything racist. I wasn't even hateful. If a kid wore a hockey suit to school and they didn't have a hockey team, folks might find it strange. I would have thought it just as funny if he dressed up like an 1860 cowboy and walked around with a rope to lasso cows in the middle of the woods. If you can grow a full beard you might wanna check the tomahawk at the door, That's all I'm sayin.
Clyde

Homer&Marje
11-13-2008, 20:43
What happened to photos?

http://whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=2647&catid=searchresults&searchid=19095

Tyvek. Got to love him.

Gray Blazer
11-13-2008, 23:18
Actually, according to the DNA research we're all African-Americans. I vote for reparations:eek:
I'm 100% American.

SunnyWalker
11-15-2008, 11:59
Wow, some very inspiring photos here. Thanks one an all.
-SunnyWalker