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USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA

Here are the first set of scenic photos from our stay in San Diego during our honeymoon. These are photos shot on the USS Midway Museum aircraft carrier, with my new Fuji S2000HD.
Ship Cruising by the USS MidwayShip Cruising by the USS MidwayUSS Midway Pride and ProfessionalismAircraft on the USS MidwayView from the USS Midway

Here are the first set of scenic photos from our stay in San Diego during our honeymoon. These are photos shot on the USS Midway Museum aircraft carrier, with my new Fuji S2000HD.

Military Ships Across from the USS MidwayShip Cruising by the USS Midway
Ship Cruising by the USS Midway
USS Midway MuseumUSS Midway Pride and Professionalism
Aircraft on the USS Midway
Aircraft on the USS MidwayAircraft on the USS Midway
Aircraft on the USS Midway
Inside the USS MidwayInside the USS Midway
Inside the USS Midway
View from the USS MidwayView from the USS Midway
View from the USS Midway


For more of the candid, personal shots, see the USS Midway Honeymoon album at Soulmates Wedding.

By Kristi Hines

Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, professional blogger, and ghostwriter who specializes in business and marketing topics.

6 replies on “USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA”

This is on my list of places to visit. I’m a huge fan of military history and machinery. It’s usually one of the first things I look for when traveling. Funny I spent part of my honeymoon visiting a war ship, the HMS Belfast in London.

@Michael: It was very interesting. I have a new found respect for anyone who can run up and down those narrow stairs inside those ships.

@Extreme John: Actually, we just got our official wedding photos today. So hopefully, in the next week or so, I’ll have everything ready!

The pictures of the battleship are awesome, but what I like is the sculpture. From a distance, it looks like a real couple. Only when you see the close up with the “miniature” people at the base, can you tell it’s not a real sailor kissing a real nurse. Whoever conceived and executed that did a great job.

Is the sculpture supposed to be based on the famous photograph?

Your soulmates website is really neat. I especially like the Coronado Island picture. I wish you continued happiness. Keep working on it!
.-= Keith@Norman Rockwell Art´s last blog ..Oct 26, Norman Rockwell Museum: Making Vacations Memorable =-.

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