Need I say more?
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Posted December 21, 2013 by Cris in Cris Coleman, Photography, Photos, Pictures, Remember, Remembering
Tagged with Persian Gulf, postaweek2013, vet, veteran
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Hi Cris – there is no need for words. The photograph speaks. Thanks for sharing your “one”.
Thank you. I appreciate that.
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Such a sad image, full of sorrow.
Yes, war has that effect on people who actually have to deal with it, unlike those who put us in that position, but never go to war themselves. They’re going to have a lot to answer for in the End. Thank you for your comment and for visiting.
Beautiful sentiment in this shot, really like this! Great post 🙂
Thank you. I was just looking through some old pics and this one kind of jumped right out at me. 🙂 Thanks for visiting.
Great take on the challenge 🙂
Thank you. It seemed fitting to me, too.
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Excellent captured idea for the theme… 🙂
Thank you very much. That photo could cover a lot of themes, I’m thinking. Thanks for stopping by.
Yeah in a way you are right – there’s a lot of themes in that photo… 🙂
Of course this is the one that would come to mind when you thought of “one”. I am sorry for your all too recent loss.
Thank you. Loss invariably happens. One cannot live in this world without it. Death. Innocence. Love. All the rest. Life can be good, too. I think the majority of the people on earth go without (can’t be a loss if one never had), yet seem to be happy enough, at least, until a tsunami or typhoon or tornado or hurricane, et al, occurs. That’s a whole ‘nother kind of loss. And loss often brings out the “one” in one.
your lovely last line: “loss often brings out the “one” in one”
Merry Christmas to you! Thanks.
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