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It was visible for just five seconds or so, gliding between the buildings on L Street here in Washington, D.C., but I still managed to raise my camera and snap one last shot of the Space Shuttle Discovery as it headed toward its final home at Dulles International Airport this morning.
I am a Titanic junkie. And I'm not just talking about the movie, which I've seen like, 786 times. (Okay I'm slightly exaggerating, but I did spend several hours waffling over the perfect headline for this blog using a quote from the movie. Since I can pretty much recite the whole flick, it took about 2 hours and 20 minutes to find the right one). I digress...I'm fascinated, compelled rather, with its story - the tragic, yet perfect melody of errors which led to where it lays, 2.5 miles below the ocean floor.
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