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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Corner View: Stranger

People at the WWII monument.
We were strangers to each other,
yet united in our awe and gratitude.




Pictures on the Vietnam Mural and statues in the Korean Monument.  They represent strangers, yet
we know them for their sacrifice to keep us free.

More on stranger at Francesca's.

8 comments:

  1. What an amazing place to visit!

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  2. what a moving pictures.....great post....!

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  3. I agree this is a very momentous post

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  4. We have some huge WW2 monuments around here, too, especially in Belgium, close across the border...when I come along such monuments I always have to think of all those strangers, who lost their lives in fighting...for or against whatever...still so much war and cruelty going on in the world, which makes me wonder if humanity will ever learn to live in peace and harmony and solve problems without agression and weapons...

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  5. they are well done, these memorials, put this way the memory can really talk and relate. i mean, even from the photos i feel the gravity of its meaning. i like that sense, when people feel united even in not knowing one another, a feeling of unison rises... sad, but so moving. n♥

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  6. Great take on the theme! So blessed by these strangers!

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