Monday, May 25, 2020
While it might not be the barbecue and family gathering weekend of recent years, the core sentiments remain-- remember those who gave their lives for our country, remember those who served and survived, and are no longer with us.
As I have said here in the past, Memorial Day has morphed in to a second Veterans Day, a day when we thank all those who wore the uniform. I'm okay with that. Those men and women cannot be thanked enough.
I'll close the serious part as I always do: "Please, remember what the day is all about."
This is the last in my mini series of depth of field experiments. I should note that all the photos were taken at Cathedral Cemetery on Oram Street in Scranton. The staff really had the place looking great, and they should be commended. Also, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who placed flags here, and at cemeteries throughout our area.
AT 12:00 AM