I dedicate today’s post to my uncles, cousins, and all veterans of war, remembering the price each paid ~ some with their lives and others placing their lives on hold to keep us safe.
This image originally appeared on one of my older blogs click here to see other similar photos. Today, I changed it a bit using Fotor. I bumped the exposure up a little, applied a vignette to the edges, and circular tilt shift effect to bring full focus on the man saluting this nation’s fallen heroes.
There are not enough words of gratitude I can offer to every man or woman who has served our great country or to the families who lost someone they love to keep America free. All I can give is my humble, thanks and prayers!
Image captured the same day as above but I’m sharing it for the first time this morning. Lightened exposure slightly and applied vertical tilt shift in Fotor.
Please, thank a serviceman for all he/she does each time an opportunity presents itself. God bless our troops and God bless the USA!
Whoo-hoo, it’s Friday! If you’re one of the lucky ones, like my DH, then this will be an extended weekend for you. I’m so ready for a 3-day pass to fun, laughs, good food, and over all quality R&R. Grab a cup of coffee. In honor our veterans, I want to make to put a smile on each of face for their great sacrifice in keeping America free Continue reading →
With the Memorial Day weekend upon us, I thought this morning is a good time to remember those who served our country.
Veteran’s Overlook at Bean Station, TN with Cherokee Lake in the background. This image was captured in 2009 with my first digital camera, a Canon Powershot SD8800 (point n’ shoot). Isn’t it remarkable what this little thing can do?
Sending a round of applauds and cheers to this week’s featured photographer…
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