Always In Our Hearts

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ShutteredEye, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. ShutteredEye

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    DFW National Cemetery. Her husband is memorialized on the other side of the stone.
     
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    just wondering if it was a relative or someone you knew...or if it was just one that grabbed you...?

    its so touching, that there is nothing that comes to mind except that its a beautiful thought and hense a beautiful picture.
    there is something about the flowers, with their little heads bowed that seems like they too feel the loss, and are showing their reverence.....

    this brings tears to my eyes.....in a good way...who ever placed the flowers miss her terribly....
     
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    No, I don't know her, much anyway. Enough to know she was loved, and is missed, as you mentioned.

    It was the flowers that caught my eye as well, they seemed to be crying for her too.
     
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    This is a really powerful and emotive photograph !

    Very well done :mrgreen:
     
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    yep...the softness and mild glow set this off nicely Robert.
     

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