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The Rhodes less travelled

In the centre of Washington DC, the monuments are clustered, white and hard, like teeth in the jawbone of a titan. Pillars, rotundas, plinths, monoliths; all proclaim that this is the Forum of the new Rome. 814 more words


Vietnam Veterans Memorial Statues

Yesterday I posted photos of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall.  There are some statues throughout the area, though I am not sure I have photos of them all.   214 more words


The Wall

This week’s photo prompt was Wall.  The instructions said that it had to reveal something about a place, a person, or yourself.  Though I am sure I could have just taken a photo of my wall and been fine, I wanted a wall that had some real meaning behind it.   102 more words


Getting connected with my inner American

By Eric Anderson

The most recognizable components in Washington D.C. are obviously the monuments; giant obelisks, statues and buildings that are devoted to the individuals who have made indelible impacts on the country. 510 more words

day 4 - vietnam veterans memorial

Taken at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in DC.

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A Friend "Never Forgotten"

A Friend “Never Forgotten”

A Nam Era Story, Told at The Wall

May 24, 2014

Photos by: J. Michael Johnson
Words by:     Richard Yaras and… 408 more words


“The Nam Era: Never Forgotten”

“The Nam Era: Never Forgotten
by J. Michael Johnson

“The Nam Era: Never Forgotten”

“The Nam Era: Never Forgotten” exhibit
opened June 25th and continued through August 15, 2013… 315 more words