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Korean War Memorial

SONY DSLR-A100 1/100 second F/8.0 ISO 100 75 mm (35mm equiv.)

January 1st is around the corner, along with an end to my daily posts, at least for now.
Dementia is so debilitating and Hubby needs more of my time.

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* Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." ... <)))><
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Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

This memorial has certainly been well done. Great capture of it Judy. Keep getting better. ♥

15 Jun 2009 5:10am

@Marion: Yes, we were impressed with this memorial (and all of them).
Thanks, Sweetie!

amirreza from tehran, Iran

wow
nice subject
nice shot

15 Jun 2009 7:37am

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Wow! and amazing memorial Judy.
Glad to hear that you are getting stronger each day xxxx

15 Jun 2009 1:14pm

@MaryB: Thank you, Mary, for your comment and your caring. xx

Chris from South Jersey, United States

another memorial that I have not seen - interesting the way the figures are walking through the shrubs - nicely spotted shot....
keep up those walks!!

15 Jun 2009 1:52pm

@Chris: Thanks, Chris ... the memorial is impressive ... and the heat during the walks, OPPRESSIVE!

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Terrific capture and composition.

15 Jun 2009 2:37pm

@john4jack: Thank you, Jack!

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

Their Korean garb is hard to be missed,but their faces don't look very asian to me,:) I hope the reports will be ok.Lots of hugs and warmth..thanks for your lovely post at my blog today,you are always so sincere and thoughtful.Thank you!:)

15 Jun 2009 3:55pm

@tyan: Each face is different, and are to depict the variety of the American soldiers' nationalities.
Thank you for your warm hugs ... as we wait for medical reports.

Betty from New Jersey, United States

MJ and I were there this weekend and took many photos which I will be posting shortly. We visited each memorial on Saturday and did Arlington Cemetery on Sunday. It was a very emotional weekend for both of us to be there to honor our fathers at the WWII memorial.

An excellent image of the Korean memorial, Judy. I like that the sun isn't glaring off the statues! Well done.

15 Jun 2009 4:19pm

@Betty: I'll look forward to your photos, Betty; glad you and MJ could go.
I can imagine the emotions for your fathers, and to see such tributes on the mall, in the midst of a huge city is incredible.
We had intermittent sun, so you're right, there was less glare than in some of the photos I've seen from others.

Marie-Hélène Ammor from Casablanca/Paris, Morocco

Amazing ! I am glad to hear good news from you !

15 Jun 2009 8:58pm

Lambspun from Madison, Maine, United States

This is a very stunning memorial! Very impressive shot! I am so glad your are regaining your strength. It is so hard to do after surgery. I'm still trying after rotator cuff surgery. I don't think I'll every get back to normal. Keep the faith and stay motivated!

15 Jun 2009 10:00pm

@Lambspun: Thank you very much ... and as for regaining strength, I've got age 'against' me so it's taking a lot of effort. Today's heat index is to be 105-110 so the stationary bicycle is going to get a workout! ♥

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Great shot Judy......they are truly lifelike....and one memorial i have not yet seen in person...so thanks for sharing it!! Glad to hear you're feeling stronger.....I hope you're walking early in the morning, and after 7 at night.....otherwise....with this miserable heat & humidity, you could make yourself sicker!!!

15 Jun 2009 10:23pm

@Susan: Thanks, Susan ... and Barbara said she saw the heat index to be between 105-110 today. I didn't wake until after sunrise, so the stationary bike will get used several times today!

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

This is a dramatic grouping. I like your "take" on this memorial.

15 Jun 2009 11:23pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

I'm glad to hear you are progressing... love this photo.

16 Jun 2009 1:23am

@Earnest: Thanks, Earnest.

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Wonderful composition

16 Jun 2009 1:56am

Barbara from Florida, United States

This certainly is a remarkable memorial. A fine tribute. They almost appear like mime artists they are so lifelike.
Our weather report said it will feel like 105° to 110° this week, along with it came a list of cautions. Being out early morning or evening and plenty of water to stay hydrated.
It sounds like your strength has really improved.
Prayers and Good Luck for Friday.

16 Jun 2009 4:23am

@Barbara: It is very moving to stand there looking at them ... and doing so, I was thankful Mike didn't have to be over there, even tho' he was in the Navy at the time.
I didn't awaken until after sunrise, so will use the stationary bicycle several times today!

Hidalgo from Herunen, Finland

I like these statues just the way they are. Very nice.

16 Jun 2009 6:21am

@Hidalgo: Thank you!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Nice photo, well composed Judy..I'll never stop praying x

16 Jun 2009 12:14pm

@Lorraine: Thanks, Lorraine ... on all counts.