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In both honor and memory of those who fight for our freedom and protect our country, I asked those on my Facebook Page to share images for Memorial Day. Here are some of the hundreds I received over the past week. Thank you for celebrating and sharing with us. As you look through these images, you can only imagine the stories that go with them.


Andrea-Gayle-agphotographydesign Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Andrea Gayle Photography + Design


I took this picture of my cousin & her daughter back in September when her husband left for Afghanistan  She wanted to send him some pics while he was gone.

paris-miller Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Tammy Miller of Paris Miller Photography


theresa-mcconnell-creative-flair Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Theresa McConnell of Creative Flair Photography


michelleblair Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Michelle Blair


This was taken during an op love session during the Airman’s 2 week break home.

maddie-dean Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Maddie Dean


Valerie-Cannon Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration

Photo taken by Valerie Cannon of The Littlest Fish Photography


lisa-collins Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Lisa Collins


“This guy’s Momma picked up his Daddy at the airport after he arrived home from serving his second deployment in Iraq, then they drove straight to the hospital and he was born the next day.  Thanks for sharing these patriotic images! God bless the USA and all those who serve and protect and their families who sacrifice!”

maggie-malson Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Maggie Malson Photography



“Claudia was adopted from Guatemala and was in her 1st year of being an American Citizen when this picture was taken.”

Sheryl-Clark Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Sheryl Clark Photography


kelly-west-mars3 Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration

Photos taken by Kelly West Mars


“This image was taken during my tour in Iraq back in 2006 – 2007.”

camel Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration

Photo taken by Jim White


Raven-Mathis-Fireman-Patriot Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Raven Mathis of LMMP Photography


“This little baby’s daddy is in the military.  And he loved this.”

danielle-andrus-memorial-day Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Danielle Andrus of Creatively Chic Photography


“Hi Jodi!  I took this at my cousin Jeremy Ray’s funeral after he was killed in Iraq back in December of 2008. I’m just not sure how you can get much more patriotic than this. God bless our troops.”


rebecca-davis Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Rebecca Davis


stephanie-b-photography Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Stephanie Borud of Stephanie B Photography


courtney-talbot Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Cortney Talbott Photography


nicole-long Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Nicole Long Photography


malia-winter Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Melia Winter Photography


“I saw this flag in a very old cemetery near my house and thought it was so profound because obviously whoever placed it there wanted their loved one to have a grand flag marking their grave…not just a tiny hand-held one like you see waving at parades. I thought it was special that the person even tied it to the tree so that it would mark the grave-site.  I ride by there everyday and would have loved to catch one of the wind blowing through the flag but the area is surrounded by trees and I’ve never even seen it out of this position its in against the tree. Happy Memorial Day!”

jenna-stubbs Memorial Day Picture Share ~ Photos of Patriotism Photo Sharing & Inspiration Photo taken by Jenna Stubbs


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  1. melia on May 31, 2010 at 9:49 am

    these are great! was happy to see mine up there as well 🙂 Thanks!

  2. pedaling on May 31, 2010 at 3:45 pm

    wow! What a privilege and blessing to have the skill and talent to evoke such emotion through such images.these are wonderful.made my day!

  3. Nicole on May 31, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    What a great post! Thanks for including my photo. 🙂

  4. Sheryl Clark on May 31, 2010 at 10:13 pm

    It means the world to me that you showed my picture of Claudia waving the flag. She is an outstanding little girl. She’s only been here 18 months and could tell you that George Washington was our 1st President.

  5. sharon on May 31, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    Thank you for this tribute! Here is a post and pics about my thoughts and experiences as a military wife this Memorial Dayhttp://lovelybud.typepad.com/lovely-bud/2010/05/we-remember-and-we-are-thankful.html

  6. Cortney on June 1, 2010 at 11:17 am

    What beautiful and inspiring photos. After spending the weekend with my sick baby I was so overjoyed to see my photo up there. I am fairly new to the business so this was a huge confidence booster. Thanks for a wonderful idea and wonderful blog!

  7. Ally on June 1, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Awesome Photos! I love them all and thank you for posting them!

  8. Deanna Maguire on April 29, 2011 at 5:20 am

    I came across these photos in a search of Memorial Day to see what my local area was doing in the next month – these beautiful photos are what I found. I found these at 5:15 in the morning and with a heavy heart sat and cried. Many people don’t know the cruel reality of war – my family does. I listened to my mother on August 21 2010 that my 19 year old brother, Nathaniel J.A Schultz was KIA in Afghanistan. I buried my baby brother a week later. There are people who do not appreciate the country that my brother died for. The photos in the website were outstanding and took my breath away. My brother, still a child in my eyes, never experienced having children but instead helped me raise me two boys then 1 & 5. To see these wonderfully crafted photos – it means alot to me. Thank you for that.Sincerely, Deanna M. Maguire-FreemanRIP LCPL Nathaniel J.A. Schultz 2/6 Golf Co.

  9. Liz Benitez on May 2, 2011 at 3:34 pm

    These are some beautiful picture, very touching.

  10. Fred Ramoni on May 26, 2011 at 9:14 am

    Photo by: Fred J Ramoni

  11. Fred Ramoni on May 26, 2011 at 9:20 am

    Hope I am allowed 2 entries. By: Fred J Ramoni

  12. Erin Eyster on May 26, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    September 2009. Landen was so happy to see his uncle Brian as he returned from his deployment in Iraq. They are best buds! Brian is leaving for another deployment this June. We are proud of the work he does, but we sure do miss him!

  13. Jaclyn on May 26, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    I took this picture of my daughter, Lily Grace, placing a wreath on a fallen soldier’s gravesite at Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Houston, TX during Wreaths Across America, December 2009.

  14. jiliene story on May 27, 2011 at 1:26 am

    I love to look at these images. I debated which image to post from when my husband returned from deployment….embracing our daughter, sitting in front of our new home (he was notified of deployment the day after closing on our new home), etc. I picked one that may not pop for it’s photographic quality. This is my 2 y.o. daughter, who was 15 months old when my husband left. She was so tiny and a bit unsure of who Daddy really was. It shows a sweet, but sad side to deployment for those with young children. I just love the posture and expression on her face as Daddy patiently coaxes her for a hug (with a bit of help from sister).A couple more at http://www.flickr.com/photos/18195083@N02/

  15. Jessie Copeland on May 23, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    I took this picture in Artesia New Mexico on an outing with my children. Its one of my favorites.

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