November 13, 2007

Reminding Us for Twenty-Five Years
Vietnam Memorial, Washington, DC

A boy makes a rubbing of his grandfather’s name, one of 58,256 etched into the black granite walls of Maya Lin’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Today the memorial turns twenty-five.

Residing in Washington, DC, you sometimes forget you’re living in the cross hairs of history. Walks past 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and silver anniversaries of war memorials are gentle reminders.

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