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Indoors at the Amusement Park
Dahlia Shadow Dance
Sound of deep ocean
Common merganser swimming at the confluence of Soda Butte Creek and Lamar River
Chefchaouen People VIII
Curiosity
Alice with Beer
A Heroic Legacy
Going in Circles
God'S Perfection at Laguna Beach
Motorcycle Dog
What Could Have Been
Trumpeter stretching its wings at sunrise in Yellowstone National Park
Happy to Graduate
Mushrooms on Mossy Log
Taking Jesus to the Streets
Sunrise view from work in Upstate New York.
Gothic Quarter
Ain't it Awesome to Be Black?
Chicago Riverboat Architecture Tour
Give Peace a Chance
fire
Murphy's Point Canyonlands
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
What Could Have Been

My father can be seen in the reflection of the black marble of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. As he gazed at the wall, searching for the name of a man he once knew, we recall the stories he shared about lives lost, and what may have been.

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Date Taken: 11.2015
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