In memory of 9/11

© Janet E. Backhaus

In memory of 9/11

Uploaded: September 11, 2005


American Flag photo taken thru the sunroof of my jeep while photographing a Cops for Kids motorcycle rally.
Applied the dramatic filter in VP and added a slight buzz to it. Sept. 2005 contest entry, Digital Darkroom.

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Lynn Crawford September 14, 2005

One of the prettest shots of a flag that I seen in awhile, great shadows :) #310412

Janet E. Backhaus September 14, 2005

Thank you Lynn, I waited till the wind was just right. It was very still when I first drove into the parking lot. I sat under the flag in my Jeep and just watched it. Then all of a sudden the flag opened up and it turned out great. Thank you for visiting my gallery. #1837963

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