Sunday, May 29, 2011

“National Moment of Remembrance”


Memorial Day.

“National Moment of Remembrance” resolution was passed in December 2000, which asks that at 3 p.m. local

time all Americans:

“Voluntarily and informally observe in their own way a moment of remembrance and respect, pausing from

whatever they are doing for a moment of silence .” On memorial day.

This is an image I took for a project at school this last semester

of the

Los Angeles National Cemetery. 

Daddy Visit-Project 267 

In the syllabus it asked my thoughts on gun control but,

more on that project later. Look at the rows and rows of tomb stones!

I felt a calm come over me when I shot this image.  It was peaceful and so sad

at the same time. I would like to say that my family and I are so

grateful for the men and women who have fought for our country! If it wasn’t for

them we would not have so much freedom and such a blessed life!

Have a wonderful weekend!



  1. I really like this website and hope you will write more. Thanks a lot for your information.
    Safety supply

  2. Hi Lu~
    I have been so MIA in bloggy world this month....I visited my family in GA for 3 weeks and didn't really touch the computer! It kind of felt nice!

    I hope you are doing well....when is that sweet baby coming?

  3. Such a thoughtful post ~ thank you!

    Susan and Bentley

  4. With gratitude to those who serve and have served....

    Warm blessings,

  5. Hi Lu, Hope all is going perfect for you! Thank you for this beautiful and touching post! My family also is very grateful! Again Thank you!


  6. Being that I consider you my friend - I totally understand if you don't get back to me -

    we bonded the first time we talked...and no apologizes if you can't call me back sooner...

    I just hope you are doing okay and baby is sooner than later :)


  7. This is a great photo, Lu. I've been meaning to really take some time looking at all your lovely photos. Just as soon as the high school semester is over...