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"A chain is as strong as its weakest link".
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Apr 02 2013 01:02 GMT hans55 PRO
a perfect picture ... great textures ..a strong picture !!
Apr 02 2013 04:14 GMT MargNZ
Marvellous picture and quote Barb :)
Apr 02 2013 04:39 GMT Annamaria
True words! You did great work on this one, Barb!!
Apr 02 2013 08:15 GMT bandsix
Hans was spot on!!
Apr 02 2013 10:03 GMT mellie
Excellent strong shot, Barb
Apr 02 2013 10:45 GMT Papagena
I just agree with all these comments !! But above all I wonder what the old chain could protect.......!! ;+))
Apr 02 2013 13:15 GMT 25barb
Good question. This was the door on the old Tift Salvage Warehouse in Key West,
Florida - it is now a museum...

Key West Shipwreck Museum

"The Key West Shipwreck Museum (formerly Shipwreck Historeum) is located in Key West, Florida, United States. It combines actors, films and actual artifacts to tell the story of 400 years of shipwreck salvage in the Florida Keys. The museum itself is a re-creation of a 19th century warehouse built by wrecker tycoon Asa Tift. Many of the artifacts on display are from the 1985 rediscovery of the wrecked vessel Isaac Allerton, which sank in 1856 on the Florida Keys reef and turned out to be one the richest shipwrecks in Key West's history, having resulted in the Federal Wrecking Court's largest monetary award for the salvage of a single vessel. Also included are relics from Spanish galleons, including a silver bar salvaged from the Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas that guests are encouraged to try to lift".
Apr 02 2013 14:38 GMT wijnie58
Awesome image, Barbara...:-))
Apr 02 2013 16:22 GMT Dorado
Excellent shot My friend!
Apr 02 2013 16:59 GMT Papagena
Thanks a lot for these very interesting explanations Barb !! I can still learn a lot about your country's history !! ;°)
Apr 02 2013 17:36 GMT pauli3522
i think the lock is too small for the chain and door...isn`t it¿¿
hi barb...how are you doing???
greetings from ecuador..paulina
Apr 02 2013 22:24 GMT will
I.just.like.this.a.lot,barb.'cause.i'm.fascinated.by.all.that.'lore'.you.know....I.wanted.to.go.down.there.and.dive.so.many.times.when.I.was.younger..(almost.made.it.but)...it's.so.romantic.and.very.exciting...and.its'all...waiting.just.beyond.t hose.rings.an.chains...and.I.can.still.imagine.it.!.)....lots.of.stuff.still.down.there.and.yes,pretty.heay.to.lift.when.you're.in.scuba.gear.standing.on.the.ocean.floor.)
Apr 03 2013 01:09 GMT T1MELESS PRO
Is it locking something in or keeping something out Discuss..............
Apr 03 2013 12:42 GMT peterpinhole
Great shot!
Apr 04 2013 17:03 GMT mbz
wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!very beautiful textures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!superb colors&composition!!!!!!!!

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