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  • DSC02020 - Dear Son...
  • L4530382 - Missing Daddy
  • DSC02207 - Remembering Alice
  • DSC02037 - Sea of Stones
  • The Shoe
  • L4530365 - Flowers For Grandma
  • DSC02244 - Song of Sorrow
  • DSC02013 - Sky Tears
  • Soldiers Are Not Just A Number
  • Now and Forever
  • God Bless America
  • Serenade
  • Military Tradition
  • May They Rest in Light
  • DSC02216 - To A Better Place
  • DSC00763 - Salute

Special Project: Paying It Forward -- Open gallery for artist statement at bottom.

Early in the morning on Memorial Day, there are the visitors whose primary reason for coming to Fort Logan National Cemetery isn't only for the day's ceremony necessarily. These are the few I find who have a way of visually telling their own story. Their visit is very private and there can be a considerable amount of time spent at graveside honoring and talking to the hero resting there. Each person's situation is different but the underlying story is much the same. It is one that can only be told by them.