Friday, July 8, 2011 Posted by Nakeva Corothers
Father’s day this year was spent at Arlington National Cemetery. I've been in Washington, DC for just over 10 years and have never gone to visit this site or quite a few others. I need to play tourist more often. I snapped a few shots and immediately had HDR in mind to document the day. After finding the plot we came to visit I took a few mobile photos and looked for an angle to not only pay respect to the lost family member but also to bring some fresh perspective to create a memory. There is so much history at the National Cemetery I have to return and hopefully before they do the wreaths to be prepared for some emotional moments. These are my first HDR photos.
For the relevant photos, a thank you to the soldiers that gave their service to our country and their families resting in such a beautiful space.