Gary Moore’s grave – Rottingdean, East Sussex. Taken on what would have been his birthday (April4)
Gary Moore’s grave – Rottingdean, East Sussex – close up. Taken on what would have been his birthday (April 4)
Guitarist Gary Moore (born Robert William Gary Moore in Belfast on April 4, 1952) died on February 6, 2011, of a heart attack while on holiday in Spain, and was buried in St Margaret’s Churchyard, Rottingdean, East Sussex. He had a house in Hove.
Fancy a 40-year-old Hasselblad? It’s taken some cracking pictures that are, literally, out of this world. Might be a little dusty by now. Buyer collects! Top left: a chest-mounted Hasselblad pictured during training for the Apollo 17 Moon landing. Bottom left: Commander Eugene A. Cernan on Apollo 17. Main picture: Portrait by Cernan of fellow crew member Harrison Hagan “Jack” Schmitt on the Moon. Note the camera on his chest-mounted Remote Control Unit (RCU). PICTURES: NASA
The last man on the Moon, Apollo 17 commander Eugene A. Cernan, left his Hasselblad camera behind 40 years ago in December 1972 – without taking a picture of his last footstep… see the story at CAMERA GAZETTE