Young American

© James R. Jackson

Young American

Uploaded: October 18, 2004

Description

Another American Indian youth in procession honoring the opening of the NMAI. Mid-morning; bright sun; autofocus; 1/250 sec; ISO 100; f/S 9.5

Comments

Gloria B. Wood October 18, 2004

Outstanding image...wonderful portrait...well done! A real winner! #179755

James R. Jackson October 18, 2004

Thank you, Gloria! #853593

October 18, 2004

Very nice! #854183

Colette M. Metcalf October 18, 2004

Excellent, Jay!!! #854245

Sharon Day level-classic October 18, 2004

Superb photo, Jay!!! Great job of capturing this young man! #855318

James R. Jackson October 19, 2004

Susan, Colette, and Sharon, many thanks for your inspiring words! Happy Shooting! Jay
#856180

cj patterson November 16, 2004

Congrats on your finalist!!! Excellent photo! #917917

James R. Jackson November 16, 2004

Thank you very much, Carol. Coming from you, I take that as a great compliment! Happy shooting! Jay
#917968

Colette M. Metcalf November 17, 2004

Congrats Jay!!! #919682

Sharon Day level-classic November 18, 2004

Congratulations, Jay!!! Well deserved and more! #924659

James R. Jackson November 19, 2004

Colette and Sharon, thank you, guys! Keep shooting! Jay
#925506

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