The Many Faces of John McCain, Hero

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UploadedApril 3, 2010
TakenJuly 4, 2009
ModelCanon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Exposure1/250 sec at f/8
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The Many Faces of John McCain. Hero!

Where does one begin to describe John McCain? Son of an Admiral, Navy pilot, the face of captivity of the Vietnam War, Senator from Arizona, presidential candidate at least twice. And often controversial in his associations such as his 2008 vice presidential running mate Sarah Palin.
His military service and his sacrifice as the most well known resident of the infamous Hanoi Hilton during the unpopular Vietnam war has endeared him to generations of service men and women to this day. Regardless of how one feels about his checkered personal life and political career his name is truly synonymous with the word “Hero”.

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  • S. Peter Lopez

    S. Peter Lopez said (16 Apr 2010):

    I like the juxtaposition of the man, and his image. He personally carries such a large history, particularly that of humility, which I think you have done well to illustrate here.

  • Claire Crocker

    Claire Crocker gave props (23 Aug 2010):

    You have captured his image multiple times... outstanding! And yes, although I don't always agree with his views, I admire the man for the grit it takes to rebuild life so successfully after devastating torture and suffering. This is a great photo!

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