The show of WWII Memorial images is entitled a “A Memorial Comes To Life” and the prints are almost all in place. The Women In Military Service To America Memorial is an extraordinary building both inside and out.
Several hundred people gathered at the WWII Memorial today to celebrate the 68th Anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day at the WWII Memorial. In attendance were the board of Directors of Friends of the WWII Memorial, reprsentatives Karen Curcurullo and Robin Owen of the National Park Service as well as an Honor Flight from Tucson Arizona. There was a moving re-enlistment ceremony and Holocaust survivors and WWII veterans placed wreaths in front of the Wall of Stars. The rains held off and in fact the weather was quite beautiful. The Memorial is a far better place with water than without. Great credit goes to Terry and the National Park Service for getting the fountains running.
DC PHOTO BOOK is now available on the iBooks! The digital version includes more photographs than its print counterpart, as well as additional commentary and resources. Digital books offer more possibilites in terms of content and interactivity, and it’s been exciting to redesign for this platform. With the recent addition of the Martin Luther [...]