TIME TO RELAX & EXPLORE

It feels to me that it's time to kick back a little... I hope you like these sights and sounds that represent so much of what I've tried to capture in my novel.  If there's more you wish to see, please click here to let me know... Thanks and enjoy!
Pictures on exhibition 

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The photos at left that make up the slide show are representative of the sights and emotions I tried capturing in words. I intend to change them out on a regular basis. Maybe you have a picuture you'd like to contribute? Click here to tell me about it.

 

All images are either in the public domain or are royalty free. Details about courtesy acknowledgements can be found at the respective websites.

Long may it wave
Long may it wave

United States Forces-Iraq service members sit with their new American flags on their laps. During a naturalization ceremony on the Nation’s birthday in Al Faw Palace at Camp Victory, Iraq, 156 service members from 56 countries became U.S. citizens. U.S. Army photo by Lee Craker, USF-I Public Affairs. Image courtesy of the Dept. of the Army archives.

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A sad refrain
A sad refrain

Sarajevo musician Vedran Smailović performs during the Bosnian war in the partially destroyed National Library. The cellist often played for free at funerals during the siege despite the fact such events were often targeted by Serb militia. Photo by Mikhail Evstafiev Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

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Pressing the flesh
Pressing the flesh

President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea shake hands with Task Force Eagle soldiers at Eagle Base, Tuzla, Bosnia just before Christmas 1997. U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Johancharles V. Boers Image courtesy of the U.S. Dept. of Defense

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Long may it wave
Long may it wave

United States Forces-Iraq service members sit with their new American flags on their laps. During a naturalization ceremony on the Nation’s birthday in Al Faw Palace at Camp Victory, Iraq, 156 service members from 56 countries became U.S. citizens. U.S. Army photo by Lee Craker, USF-I Public Affairs. Image courtesy of the Dept. of the Army archives.

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At the movies

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The video at left is an awareness tool provided by the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service to give viewers insight into the naturalization interview process. Click here to drop me a note and let me know what you think. 

 

All multi-media products are either in the public domain or are royalty free. Details about credits can be found at the respective websites. 

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