The Final Act

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© Thomas Wiederhold
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UploadedJuly 7, 2008
TakenDecember 4, 2005
Exposure1/400 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm
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This photo was taken two years ago. This is the antenea of my friend and co-workers police car. Hank Nava was shot and killed will looking for a fugitive. The car,which was parked at his sector became a shrine to Hank. The roses are a symbol used to show Love of fellow man, The Blue and yellow ribbon worn to show unity and of course the American Flag. As I stared at the car I noticed how they lined up and felt that it made a simple picture that would help me remember Hank and his service.The emptiness is reflected in the open space of the photo.

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  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (1 Jun 2009):

    Zenfully good...Yeah! It rocks!

  • Steven Maguire

    Steven Maguire gave props (4 Jun 2009):

    Great capture!!!!!

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