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My Cannon Pose

Since every Civil War historian apparently has to have one, here is mine, taken at Fort Ward in Alexandria, Virginia.

Don’t think I pull off the deeply-contemplative-as-I-look-off-into-the-distance stare that others seem to prefer. In any case, I far prefer these images.

Comments (1) to “My Cannon Pose”

  1. Highly significant that you’re standing at the “breech’ and not the “muzzle” of the gun. hmm.