a past time. my maine backyard and beyond...
Beautiful! Well done.
Beautiful way to remember those who have fallen this Memorial Day.
A note about birdman's family...This was a special day in our family, in particular, our dad, a WWII veteran and a past chief of the Harold T. Andrews Post. We never missed the Memorial Day parade in downtown Portland when we were kids. In later years he marched proudly with the rest of his war buddies. Now again, from heaven's perspective, they proudly smile and watch.Love,Sis in Lakeland
Happy Memorial Day. Let's never forget those men and women who gave their lives for us and for our freedom.Betsy
Excellent shot. Darryl and Ruth :)
Wonderful image Birdman, looks like the skies were perfect for your Memorial Day celebrations.
I'm dizzy all of a sudden.
That's one fine POV, Bird. Yes, let us all remember. V
Excellent idea and composition...
What a wonderfully original take on a familiar scene. It looks as if the flag and the pole are tentatively touching.
Thanks, Mr Bird. I have already called my parents today to tell my dad how much I love him and how thankful I am that he came home from the war. This is a beautiful photo and perspective.Bises,Genie
Not lost, my friend, just taking a much-needed break. Will be back soon to keep you on your toes!
No words needed. :)
very well sad.i keep being surprised people here wish you a "happy memorial day". i think thats weird...
said. i meant said. haha.
Beautiful tribute.. Thank you for remembering and honoring veterans on Memorial Day!
Excellent, Bird. I appreciated your sister's comment about the meaning to your family.
Such drama. There is a sense of endlessness.