Remember the sacrifice

For this Memorial Day, I am again pulling a few photos out of the archives, simply because I don’t think I could obtain shots like these again, and also for their relevance to this somber day.  While you enjoy the beach, the hot dogs or burgers, the time with the family and the time off from work, please remember why we have the freedoms we have in this country. Take a moment of silent prayer to thank those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for all of us. And if you happen to see one of the brave volunteers serving in our military, please thank them for all they do for us.

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And finally, a photo with a poem written by my grandfather while stationed overseas during World War II.

The Hallway

So, I went back to the local VA for the hallway I couldn’t photograph the last time due to a lack of batteries for my flash. So that one is here. Additionally, I don’t know, it just seems as I walked down the hall, I felt like someone was watching me. *shrug*

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Tampa Bay Automobile Museum

Ok, I know i haven’t posted or taken a photo in a little while. Sorry, had a lot going on plus I’ve been sick. For tonight, I’ll provide a photo I took a little while ago from the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, a little known place in the heart of Pinellas County. These are 2 of my favorite shots.

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Half and Half

I’ve always been told a well balanced photo makes for a good photo. So, here’s one that I think fits that bill pretty good.

Enjoy.

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Simple

Sometimes, things just need to be reduced to their simplistic elements.

Enjoy!

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A small shelter

It’s not exactly what I was hoping for tonight, as I was hoping the street light right behind this gazebo would turn on and give a soft glow from the back, it didn’t happen soon enough. I was able to get a few nice shots in the dusk, with slowly dwindling light. After a little editing, I think I have an image that may become a nice desktop wallpaper for my computer. It’s a bit of an artistic attempt on my part. I like it and I hope you find it beautiful too.

Enjoy!

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In the Weeds

Old, falling down buildings or abandoned buildings somehow are beautiful, in a weird sort of way. And in this economy, there are quite a few of these around. Of course, Sepia filters tend to make them look even older.

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