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A glimpse in the shadows...

Posted by
Judy aka L@dybug (Brooksville, FL, United States) on 19 June 2009 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

... of Abraham Lincoln.

SONY DSLR-A100 1/320 second F/6.3 ISO 320 300 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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Barbara from Florida, United States

There he is, Lincoln so large in scale to the people. For those who have never been to see the monument, like me, this is an amazing image.
I'm holding onto prayers for this good report today.

19 Jun 2009 5:38am

@Barbara: I agree, Barb ... the people add scale to the image.
You'll hear from me later today. ♥

Marie-Hélène Ammor from Casablanca/Paris, Morocco

Impressive statue over people ...the memory of Lincoln still so great ! My thoughts with you today !

19 Jun 2009 10:50am

@Marie-Hélène Ammor: Thank you, Marie ... for your caring thoughts.

Gloria Alvarez from Barcelona-Menorca, Spain

Hola, gracias por tu comentario en mi foto "Laparoscopia". Efectivamente estaban realizando una cirugía laparoscopica renal, como a tí. Por la pantalla yo veía los órganos internos y como los manipulaban. Fue impresionante. Estuve haciendo un reportaje que me encargaron, me pusieron un vestido adecuado y estuve haciendo fotos en quirófano de Urologia. Espero que te sientas bien ya. Un saludo

19 Jun 2009 12:20pm

@Gloria Alvarez: Qué maravillosa experiencia que usted tuvo. He visto vídeos de Youtube mi tipo de cirugía con el robot - fascinante! Estoy bien ahora, gracias.

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Great tourism shot, very nicely done....let me know, you know xxx

19 Jun 2009 2:01pm

@Lorraine: Thanks, Lorraine ... hope you got my message! xx

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

What an awesome image Judy. He is very big. I will be rushing home from work tonight to get some really good news. We are sure praying for excellent results and you are so much in our prayers. Love you lady. ♥♥♥

19 Jun 2009 3:09pm

@Marion: Yes, he is huge and so wonderfully created.
Wish I could rush the good news to you, but patience is a virtue, right? *smile*
Love you too. ♥ ♥ ♥

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Neat capture. Lincoln is my favorite of all of our Presidents.

19 Jun 2009 4:34pm

@john4jack: Mine too, Jack!

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

He looks so big! He deserves the accolades.:) let me know what the report says too nana,as soon as you can get to the PC,and continue to rest as much as you can.You are in my thoughts:)

19 Jun 2009 4:44pm

@tyan: He is very large ... and was such a wonderful president for our country.
The news is good ... come back and read my new text. xx

Lambspun from Madison, Maine, United States

Oh my Judy.....this photo is so impressive! Look at him staring at the people in front of him....what a shot it takes my breath away! My fingers a crossed so hard for you and I will say a little prayer.....good luck!

19 Jun 2009 7:51pm

@Lambspun: Thank you so much! The power of prayer is tremendous ... I've just posted an update of my good news!

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Oh, you did get a shot of old Abe !!!! That's the lap I always wanted to sit on!!!!! great catch......
hope today went very very well!!!!

19 Jun 2009 7:55pm

@Susan: Yes, zoomed in and a bit grainy, but I got him.
Today went beautifully and I've updated my text with the good news! ♥

Scott Schilling from San Martin, United States

Dear Judy. I just received your email! That is incredible news! Fantastic!! You can get back to a more normal pace in your life - if there is such a thing. On the photograph . . . I really like this with the depth and shadow. Abraham Lincoln is situated perfectly in the depths. Great work and have a wonderful weekend!

19 Jun 2009 9:35pm

@Scott Schilling: Thank you, Scott, for your comment. "Normal" is a setting the dryer, right? <grin>
I appreciate your kind words on the photo ... a bit grainy, but not too bad considering the distance.

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Oh Judy....that is the most wonderful news in the world tonite!!! What a great relief that must have been for you!!!! I'll bet you sleep better tonite than you have in awhile!!!! Now you can just focus on getting back to the healthy condition you were in before you entered the hospital....minus the worry factor!!! What a wonderful way for you to start your weekend!!!! I'm really happy for you, and your family as well!!!

20 Jun 2009 4:31am

@Susan: Thank you so much, Susan. The relief is more than you can imagine. My mom died in 1978 of CA, aged 63, and we have no primary site, so 8 years older than that, I really wondered about my tumor. Thank God medical science has made such advances in the 30+ years! We're off to a wedding this afternoon - yeah!