To those who served...

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© Frank Summers
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UploadedNovember 14, 2008
TakenMay 27, 2006
Exposure1/80 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length35 mm
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  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (13 Nov 2008):


  • Ted Gorczyca

    Ted Gorczyca gave props (13 Nov 2008):

    great my photo essay veterans day heroes

  • Steve Wilson

    Steve Wilson (Deleted) said (14 Nov 2008):

    My war. I have photographed this B&W. The war was "Back and White" to those of us there. We weren't praised when we came home...

  • Klaus Girk

    Klaus Girk (Deleted) gave props (14 Nov 2008):

    Mine too, thanks for capturing it and sharing. Sometimes we got spit on and Hanoi Jane was not our favorite person, nor were the ships that were carrying blood plasma from the University of California Berkely.

  • Christopher J Chalk

    Christopher J Chalk gave props (15 Nov 2008):

    A true masterpice of arcitecture in this statue!

  • Mary Ali

    Mary Ali gave props (22 Dec 2008):

    It's heartbreaking how our boys were treated. Thank you for your service guys. Love the photos.

  • William Garvey

    William Garvey gave props (30 Jan 2009):

    Thank you from our house. When our son came home from Iraq we took him to dinner, a family of a Viet-nam vet bought his dinner and told him how proud they were. Wow, how great!

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