Shhhh! Top Secret!

“During my participation in the Manhattan Project and subsequent research at Los Alamos, encompassing a period of fifteen years, I worked in the company of perhaps the greatest collection of scientific talent the world has ever known.”
~Frederick Reines~
Unique construction. Los Alamos is a beautiful, unique town.
posted December 31st, 2017  
This reminds me of set at London's Globe Theatre, funnily enough! Love the colours and texture of the wood.
posted December 31st, 2017  
Great NPS site. Thanks for taking me there.
posted December 31st, 2017  
Add a little snow and this could be a chalet in Canada. Beautiful
posted December 31st, 2017  
Love the repetition in the wood. A beautiful building done up in subtle festivity! Interesting selection for your narrative. Are traveling in New Mexico?
posted December 31st, 2017  
Beautiful! I love how you filled the frame...so much texture and interest!
posted December 31st, 2017  
Beautiful
posted December 31st, 2017  
What a lovely building.
posted December 31st, 2017  
Wonderfully composed!
posted January 1st, 2018  
Beautiful! I love the logs! Fav
posted January 1st, 2018  
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Thank you so much for your comments on my photo of the secret log building. In the 1940's, this was about the only structure in the small mountain town of New Mexico called Los Alamos. It was a prep school for teenage boys, many from wealthy families in the nation's coastal cities--so remote and so unknown. The American government took it over and moved in the top scientists in the country. This was the original headquarters of what became the Manhattan Project, the building of the world's first atomic bomb. The building is now a museum.
posted January 2nd, 2018  
@elatedpixie We live in Albuquerque and travel throughout the state of New Mexico frequently. Los Alamos is a two-hour drive from our home.
posted January 2nd, 2018  
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