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Thank you Mary + !
It is perfact..& beautiful
Thank you Sure 2010!
FANTASTIC WORK,CONGRATULACION ON YOUR FEATURE IN ARTISTS UNIVERSE!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you Kittycat!
There is a great silence after the hell of battle. Even the birds in the trees no longer sing. You hear only the buzzing of the flies. Many of my ancestors went through that hell. They “saw the elephant” and lived to tell about it. Your photo captures that silence very well.
Thanks Philip for your comments – thoughts!
I have an illustrated poem here in Red Bubble called “Pickett’s Charge” if you’d like to see it:http://www.redbubble.com/people/mymemine/writin...
I will give it a look – read. Thanks!
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