America, Marines, Military, Navy, Photography, Uncategorized Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Patterns April 10, 2014 Mustang.Koji 26 Comments Here’s a different (and correct) “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge” entry: Patterns. July 4th week, The Wall. Rate this:Share this:TelegramEmailTwitterFacebookWhatsAppPinterestPrintLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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When I visited Churchill’s underground facilities and saw the radio/charting rooms as well as his cigar, I thought of all the lives that went through that heinous war and violence… Thanks for the visit!
Thank you very much!
Many ‘patterns’ do not evoke emotions. This one does.
Thanks, Chatter Master. Have you gone?
No, I haven’t. David has been. I have not been there. But if I ever go, it will be to see that wall.
The Wall is so difficult to look at, but a reminder that it should never happen again!
gpcox, it was VERY difficult for me to visit…
So many Brothers; so little time with them. I still can’t cry. Someday?
It wasn’t until this fourth time that I mustered the fortitude to actually visit and touch it… and shed some anguish. I had my two tykes with me this last time so perhaps that is what gave me the courage… And its OK for Marines to cry, Gunny.
Just no emotion, Koji-san. I couldn’t even cry at my mother’s funeral.
That was exactly how Mr. Johnson was at Old Man Jack’s funeral.. until after it was over.
You nailed this one. I really like your selective color. Speaks so well for the memorial. Thanks for participating.
I’m going to try to participate more often. I think it’s therapeutic.
Koji-san, that is an “Oh, wow” photo! Love the flags against the black and white. Art with real feeling and meaning.
Thank you, Linda. Actually, it was pretty emotional as many of my buds went. Two didn’t return.
Beautifully done Koji… and like so much of what you do, meaningful. –Curt
You are always too kind… A true gent.
I really like the way you edited this to have the color on the flag B&W. That adds a depth of meaning to an already emotionally-saturated photo.
It was very easy to be emotional there at the Wall… Thank you for your kind comments!
A very powerful photo, Koji. Moving!
Gee… Thanks, Debra!
Mesmerising, a sort of concrete poetry photo.
That’s a new phrase for me… concrete poetry photo!