On the summit of Mauna Kea, Island of Hawai’i


Douglas McIlroy… our host at the Keck Observatory, worlds largest telescopes


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17 thoughts on “ABOVE THE CLOUDS…

  1. Impressive. Glad you two FF’rs were able to link up.

  2. Very very cool indeed! At first I wasn’t sure if you were on another planet….

  3. TheOthers1 on said:

    Two respectable gentlemen having a mountaintop chat. Wish I could’ve been near to eavesdrop.

  4. Great pictures, Ted. Was a pleasure seeing it all again through your eyes.



  5. Wonderful! I’ve had a distant love affair with the Keck telescopes for some time. Lucky you! 🙂

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  7. Envious much! And great photos.

  8. Wow! This is super. Never knew of these telescopes. But hei, that is why America is well, America. Great that you guys were ablet o hook up. 🙂

  9. Beautiful photos. I see what you mean by being “ABOVE THE CLOUDS”…Spectacular. Thanks for sharing, Ted. And thanks to Doug. Now I understand why he moved from Jersey to Hawaii.

  10. What, no coffee cup in front of your mug? What a clever disguise – and beautiful pictures too. Thanks for sharing those, Ted.

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