"WW II Memories" - Grab Shot 172


"I visited the WW II Museum in New Orleans while on a business trip last year," writes Rick Brandt, "and saw this gentleman sitting on a bench in front of a Sherman tank on display. I don't know for sure, but it crossed my mind that he may have very well been a veteran. Regardless of whether he is a vet of not — this moment in time does make me consider the sacrifice his generation made for mine and those that followed."

Rick captured this moment with a Canon G9, processed in Aperture with the aid of Nik Software's Silver Efx Pro.

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