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September 11, 2010

Remembering 9/11 - Flag Reflection Photo


Reflecting on and remembering the day.

This is a picture taken in our local area during our many picture taking travels. We were vacationing in Williamsburg on 9/11/2001 and will always remember the events of the day as they played out. 



For many more "Weekend Reflections" photos,
visit James' awesome blog at Newtown Area Photo.

18 comments:

Ginny said...

How unusual and striking. The V of the tree trunk, the flag peeking out, and reflecting in the window. Very artistic, you have an extremly good eye for great shots. This one just kind of draws you in.

Sunny said...

A unique and wonderful composition.
☼ Sunny

Jo said...

What a wonderful photo and reflection, Darryl and Ruth. I'm South African but remember the day very well too. Bless you for forgiving and moving on. Greetings from North Africa. Jo

jabblog said...

Beautiful composition.

Woody said...

A beautiful tribute in so many ways ...

. intemporal . said...

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. i went new york in 1994 and i go to the top from the world trade center .

. it was a very special moment in my life .

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. today, i`m here .

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. with my respect, and devotion .

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. best regards, from Lisbon .

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'Tsuki said...

Great picture for this commemoration day... Thanks for the sharing : have a nice week-end.

La Maison en Wonderboom said...

What a beautiful picture and blog.
Thank you for following me.

Enjoy your day.
Hermine

Dani said...

Unique composition.

Thanks for the visit.

Karine said...

Great reflection...on both counts. I will always remember how I went to bed on the night of 9-11 crying and asking my mother how people (the terrorists) could possibly do that to others, how they could not care...to this day it is still what strikes me the most about that day, because no religion teaches hate and violence, not one.

RuneE said...

You have had and still have all my sympathy for all the terrible things that happened on that they. I visited NYC and Ground Zero (including the Church of St.Paul) recently - very moving.

Riet said...

That is a beautiful photo.

Riet said...

That is a beautiful photo with reflection.

Joe Todd said...

Very tasteful and a very good reflection/photo

Pat Tillett said...

Great photo!

Ebie said...

Love the composition of this shot. Great post for a sad day.

Aksharaa said...

Hi, we are glad we found your blog. It is beautiful, the pictures speak so much...
9/11 is not just a date, it is a day that changed so many things...we in India understand it so well.
Wish somehow the terror and malice would stop..

ruthi said...

awesome reflection of the flag. it was tastefully captured.

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