Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by mysteryscribe, May 20, 2007.
Not the federal government the fed3 I several years ago...
If the woman wasn't there, it would be pretty dang convincing.
I think the focus should be more on the main subject ...
got that right.
as for the woman in uniform she didnt look near that good but take a look at the book " An Uncommon soldier" there were women in the armies and in combat during the civil war.
LIne from a very old folk song as well... "I'll tie back my hair men's clothes i'll put on and I'll pass as your comrade as we march along. Oh let me go with you."
There were women in uniform? Hm, learn something new everyday.
I just heard that particular ones story a month ago, since then I have heard that since they just dumped the bodies in a hole back then, in most cases they have no idea how many women might have been doing it.
The only women I ever heard of in the civil war were women who went out to give soldiers water and ended up loading canons because the guy that was supposed to do it got incapacitated.
One of the many articles about women soldiers. http://userpages.aug.com/captbarb/femvets2.html
It's a fascinating subject since the official version of women in combat is a new concept we thought. Just shows how wrong we were all those years when we said women didn't belong in combat Zones.
That's a really nice shot.
Thanks I appreciate it. shooting is tough when everyone is walking around and you can't ask them to stop and pose for you.
But you got to get lucky once in a while.
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