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Notice who is carrying the Battle Flag...

Posted by
Judy aka L@dybug (Brooksville, FL, United States) on 11 February 2011 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio. is a young woman.

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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.


* Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." ... <)))><
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Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Her role is an added interesting feature to this already interesting shot.

11 Feb 2011 11:54am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

It is refreshing to see that this is an equal opportunity unit! Although not historically correct it sends the right message! Well seen and captured Judy! ;-)

11 Feb 2011 2:12pm

@Eric Cousineau: Re: the historic correctness, there were more female soldiers than most people know of. Here is one riveting story, which a case in point. You might enjoy reading it.

Mhelene from Paris, France

Beautiful framing ! Superb history series !

11 Feb 2011 3:03pm

Georgie from Sherwood Park, Canada

You go "Rosetta"! Many women did not fight but still fought many "battles" while fathers, husbands, and sons were away. Great shot!

12 Feb 2011 12:38am

@Georgie: Glad you read about Rosetta; she was a strong woman. You're right, many women did not fight, but were nurses, cooks, etc. Louisa May Alcott was a nurse in Washington, D.C. during the Civil War. Other known women were Clara Barton, who later founded the American Red Cross, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Dorathea Dix.

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

She is amazing,and women are doing so many things that their male counterparts are doing/can't do nowadays!:)

12 Feb 2011 1:17am

@tyan: Some women actually dressed as men and fought alongside men. More of them were nurses and cooks, but they were dedicated and amazing.

Barbara from Florida, United States

Excellent framing of the shot. Very authentic presentation they gave, your image takes us to that time in history. I appreciate that you added the link.

12 Feb 2011 10:57am

@Barbara: Thanks ... that time in history is an important element of our nation's changes. ... I was delighted to see how many videos people took over that weekend.

Maria Draper from California, United States

Judy, this looks like from an old movie

13 Feb 2011 4:44am

@Maria Draper: Thanks, Maria.

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

They really make you believe that they mean it....that is....ready for a battle! Love the horses!

13 Feb 2011 12:00pm

Loner from Wörgl, Austria

A made good photo! In your pictures I notice the attachment with your native country!

13 Feb 2011 4:55pm

@Loner: Yes, I guess my patriotism shows. ♥

1/500 second
ISO 250
450 mm (35mm equiv.)