Francine In Retirement
Seeing Life Through Photography

A-Z ARCHIVE: U! CHALLENGE

UNIFORMS THEN AND NOW

FrizzText’s A-Z Archive: U! Challenge had me scratching my head for an archive picture to post.  I saw so many wonderful entries from fellow bloggers and couldn’t for the life of me think of an entry. 

Then I remembered when the WWII landing ship LST 325 came to town and I took photos of it inside and outside.  Searching through these photos I found a photo of the captain’s cabin that displayed the image  of a WWII military uniform.  After leaving the ship I ran into an officer in combat gear and shot his photos as well.

BE ENCOURAGED!  BE BLESSED!

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24 Responses to “A-Z ARCHIVE: U! CHALLENGE”

  1. great idea francine, there are uniforms all around us and usually we dont notice!

  2. What an awesome interpretation for the U challenge, Francine. Very nice!

  3. Great photos, Francine! We have a boy in the military!
    God Bless You!

  4. With memorial Day right around the corner, your response to the challenge couldn’t have been better chosen. Well done, Francine.

  5. I’m always amazed at how small they were years ago. We are much bigger people these days! Great entry!

  6. Uniform, Unicorn, Umpire – it is nice to find so many versions, thank you!

  7. Excellent choice for U. And with Memorial Day coming up. Nice.
    Your blog grows and glows as they say at school!

  8. Good one… didn’t think of that!

  9. You photos show the digity, pride, and greatness of our soldiers! Thank you!

  10. The uniforms are a very appropriate choice for the letter ‘U’, especially with Memorial Day coming up. We all need to remember our Vets in uniform. Have a great day, Francine. 🙂

  11. Good one for the ‘U’ Francine.

  12. Francine, I like your blog and have nominated you for both the Very Inspiring Blog Award and the One Lovely Blog Award. See details here: http://strassenfotojournal.com/2012/05/23/blogger-awards-2/
    Greetings, Cornelia

  13. Just perfect for Memorial Day. We should always remember and celebrate our heroes who everyday offer their lives for our freedom and peace. Beautiful post my friend. Thanks.

  14. Great “U” idea Francine 🙂


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