I have struggled with posting this photo.  I can not explain why I have had so much trouble, but it is still there none the less.  Am I the only one who has trouble with posting certain photos?

After a long day in a training seminar, I was able to make it inside the district for a crash through several Smithsonian Museums which were still open past 5 O’Clock.  After exhausting all the museums, and being kicked out of the American History Museum, I made it to the Vietnam Memorial.  It had been raining, too cold for my southern bones and just plain miserable.  I would not have even made it to the Wall if it had not been for the specific request of my brother.  After taking this shot and processing it, I still don’t know what to think about it.

I usually release all the photos on this blog under a creative commons license, but not for this one.  For licensing information contact daryl (at) justshootingmemories.com

The Wall ©2011 Just Shooting Memories (all rights reserved)

 

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3 Responses to The Wall

  1. Aerom Xundes says:

    Of all your photos, this one has made me stop and really look at it. The Wall seems to almost not be there, especially as you look farther down; yet, it is the center piece of the picture. The symmetry the wall brings with the reflection is astonishing.

    Keep up the good work.

  2. danny says:

    ty lil bro still love this one think its one of your best

  3. Tim Stanley says:

    Great shot Daryl. The wet pavement, sky, lighting and everything helps convey the mood and reverence of the memorial.

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