Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Kindly Remember #2-ABC WEDNESDAY

Momentoes Left by Families and Friends at the "Wall That Heals"which was in Santa Fe for Six Days




14 comments:

  1. The handwritten note from a child is particularly touching.

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  2. such a touching memorial...we've been to the vietnam wall in dc...so moving...

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  3. That picture and message brought a tear to my eye. Very touching.

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  4. My husand was an Airman during the Vietnam era and was a jet mechanic on the 52 Bomber. Such memories, he had friends that never returned. Hopefully the memorial will aid in healing.
    Ann

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  5. I think previous commenters have said it all!

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  6. Thank you for remembering our nation's true heroes.

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  7. Heartfelt tributes to those that have fallen and given their lives to Country!

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  8. There's great poignancy in these images, Kate... and even as a replica, that wall brings it out in people.

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  9. The wall in DC, which I've been to, is moving, and I imagine your replica is as well.

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  10. I knew you would capture these things. I didn't have time when I went to check in on our volunteer group.

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  11. Kate...Such a touching tribute to very brave people, so many innocent people lose limb and life in futile wars.... may they all.....' Rest in Peace.'
    .Wars are often instigated by politicians who take no active part in them, yet, expect our brave Armed Forces to 'pick up the gauntlet'
    and fight on their behalf,,, so futile.
    Thank you for sharing this touching tribute, excellent photography too!
    Best wishes,
    Di.

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