I didn’t like my school picture so I replaced it don’t tell my mom
Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright
Mill Run, Pennsylvania
Steve Hinch photographed this little grizzly bear cub who found a clever way to keep his little paws from getting cold while his mum hunted for food in the freezing snow in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The months old youngster hitched a ride on his mother’s back, clinging on tightly to keep his paws off the ground and would only come down to grab a bite to eat.
Remembering Pearl Harbor: @USNavy
Robert Raymond Scott was born in Massillon, Ohio on July 13, 1915 and enlisted in the United States Navy on April 18, 1938. Machinist’s Mate First Class Scott was assigned to USS California when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The compartment containing the air compressor to which Scott was assigned as his battle station was flooded as a result of a torpedo hit. The remainder of the personnel evacuated the space, but Scott refused to leave, saying words to the effect that “This is my station and I will stay and give them air as long as the guns are going.” He was posthumously received the Medal of Honor for his heroism.
Remembering Pearl Harbor:
Lt Donald Kirby Ross, U.S. Navy
Portrait photograph, taken ca 1944.
He is wearing the ribbon for the Medal of Honor, which he received for heroism while serving on board USS Nevada (BB-36) during the 7 December 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
ohmygod disneyland tweeted me.
this is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. In my entire life. Ever.
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