Scarlett O'Hara & Rhett Buttler
Grace and Audrey are so beautiful.
Old soldiers never die.
The Hollywood sign originally said "Hollywoodland" when it was installed in 1923. The last four letters were deleted when the sign was refurbished in 1949
The Flying Nightingales of the Royal Air Force WW II
"I came upon a sacred view along my way; While walking through the woods one day, Such calm & beauty gave me pause when it appeared like a dream; While I beheld this enchanted woodland scene, With the steady flow of water softly falling & emitting very little sound; As it caressed the small rocks & fertile ground..." - (excerpt from A Woodland's Charm, by Jean Dament)
Shades of green
Princess Elizabeth driving an ambulance on April 10, 1945. She was trained as a driver and a mechanic.
Sidewalk Clock, New York ● 1947: This unique sidewalk clock, embedded by Barthman Jewelers on the corner of Broadway and Maiden Lane in 1898, is a hidden gem of New York’s former jewelry district. In 1946, it was estimated that 51,000 people unwittingly stepped on the clock between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. each day. The clock, which was given a new face shortly after this picture was taken, still works today. (Ida Wyman/Columbus Museum of Art/© Ida Wyman)
amethyst geode set into a stone wall