A list of Americans who died during the D-Day invasion. I could not get all the plaques in, as there sadly were too many.
This is the last in this series.
I have really enjoyed this series Tracey - and this is a wonderful image to end with. I love the composition in how you displayed the flags, and the colors of those flags.
It is good to remember those that have died fighting for us....
16 Nov 2008 1:39pm
@Chris: Thanks Chris! I have enjoyed this series very much. I appreciate your continued support!
Touching memorial. I agree with Chris..."It is good to remember those that have died fighting for us". We should never take our freedom for granted, and how we maintain it.
16 Nov 2008 4:08pm
C'est bien fait et très beau, bravo.......
16 Nov 2008 6:23pm
great angle and composition. this has been a great series
16 Nov 2008 7:17pm
This is a powerful image. Well done.
16 Nov 2008 8:11pm
Great lines and textrues.... a really great tribute...well done
17 Nov 2008 1:24am
I have really enjoyed the series. I also admire your patriotism.
17 Nov 2008 4:15am
Fine shot with vivid colors and real feeling.
17 Nov 2008 11:57am
Beautiful memorial. It is overwhelming to think of the number of brave soldiers lost in just those few short hours which was an eternity for so many.
17 Nov 2008 1:27pm
Very nice composition! I am especially grateful to these men who sacrificed for me. I am French.
17 Nov 2008 3:45pm
Love your point-of-view. Wonderful memorial tribute.
17 Nov 2008 8:23pm
Excellent! Have you thought about making calendars with this series! What a great way to honor your favorite vet...
I'd buy some!
18 Nov 2008 2:53am
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