That is the one I was looking at yes.
: Are we (all) talking the same picture in
: regards to the port holes?
: I mean this one:
: Listed as NS020827 at Navsource. The one
: you have shown me here is listed as NS020814
: at Navsource (and is a bit distant for
: details.) On this close up, I see a line of
: dots where there should be portholes, but I
: am used to nice, modern hi-rez color images
: of the subjects I prefer. "You
: guys" are used to coaxing details out
: of old B&W photos.
: Just want to he sure we're all thinking the
: same photo. Thank you.
: --Previous Message--
: Hah! Funny, I provided that photo to
: (Not sure any links will work here.)
: They do.
: What doesn't work is embedding photos from
: Navsource directly on your post - it will
: block them from displaying on everyone who
: reads your post. You'll still see it when
: you preview or read your post later, though,
: because you have already viewed the photo
: and it's in your computer's local cache
: All do not seem to show any markings--even a
: center line--for the after portion of the
: flight deck, at least. I am not saying they
: catagorically are not there, but I sure
: can't see anything.
: I would agree with the aft deck markings -
: you can see the smudges on the aft deck from
: where the planes were regularly parked and
: dripped oil, but clearly no lines.
: As to portholes... check photo NS020827...a
: close up bow-on view of the ship at Pearl on
: May 27, prepping for Midway. Do I see
: portholes? (I am honestay not sure, but I
: think I do.)
: Check out this larger copy of
: NS020814/80-G-66129 on Wikipedia. Another
: site to keep in mind is
: www.History.Navy.mil , which has been
: re-posting large, high-quality copies of
: their images such as the one above .