Wordless Wednesday: Happy Labor Day

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  1. Jumping the gun a little aren't ya? Then again I guess by NEXT Wednesday Labor Day will have come and gone already so...

    I digress.

    Love the textures in this. I can almost feel the breeze that's fluffing it up.

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  2. I've seen lots of flag photos, but this one is really special. It would be a great art photo.

    An Arkies Musings

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  3. very artsy, like the design elements even if you are a week early...lol!

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  4. Great shot of the flag. I really like the way you captured this.

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  5. A great perspective on old glory

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  6. Anonymous6:50 PM

    This pic has such majesty! It's one of the best flay photos I've ever seen!
    ~April

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  7. Sandy: Labor Day was changed to a Monday Holiday but will always be on Sept, 1st.

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  8. Happy Labor Day to you too. I thought of you today while at B&N. They had a book titled Graffiti World Art From Five Continents by Nicholas Ganz. If I were rich I would have bought it for you and sent it. I looked at it briefly. The pictures are great 2000 color pictures it says. You should take a look at it if you get a chance.

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  9. Isn't our flag beautiful?
    Sandi

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  10. Happy Labor Day Sandy and this is a beautiful photo of our Stars and Stripes. Thank you!

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  11. beautiful pic. love the way you captured it.

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  12. the color and detail of this flag shot is just amazing! I can hear it snapping in the breeze! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful shot My Dear Friend!

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  13. And to you too! I wish it was this week. LOL

    Great photo.

    See you Sunday at OSI, Im ready!

    Hugs, G

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  14. Anonymous10:59 PM

    God bless our land comes to mind when I see this.

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  15. It is that time now isn't it. :) Lovely!

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  16. This is indeed a special capture. Well done, very well done!
    Have a wonderful Wordless Wednesday.

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  17. Interesting closeup whee one can see the stitches of each stripe and the embrodieried stars. . . Very nice arrangement also. I did not realize we displayed flags for labor Day tho.

    I see that I missed another post below so will go and read and leave a comment there too.

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  18. Very nice picture, Sandy. Have a great WW day!

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  19. Unusual and very fine photo of the flag, Sandy!

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  20. I have to agree, it's an unusual view of the flag, which makes it a more interesting image.

    The conventional end-of-summer brings mixed feelings...

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  21. Good old glory, gotta love her! Happy WW

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  22. Enjoy the long weekend :)

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  23. love this flag and all it stands for!

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  24. Stars and Stripes forever!

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  25. Beautiful shot.

    Happy Labor Day to you. It isn't a holiday here unfortunately, so it will be all labor all day for us on Monday.

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  26. Simply beautiful ;--)
    Happy Labor Day to YOU too!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  27. Beautiful textures!
    The most beautiful shot of a flag I ever seen.

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  28. Always a lovely sight ...

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  29. Lovely, Sandy. That flag means so much.

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  30. Lovely photo. Happy Labor Day to you too!
    Spirithelpers

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  31. Happy Labour to you as well Sandy...
    Tom

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  32. Hurray for all busy bees and also for their employers

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  33. Great photo Sandy just in time for Labor Day! Have a safe one!

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  34. I really like your picture! Have a great Labor Day weekend.

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  35. Happy Labor Day to you!

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  36. I had honestly forgotten Labor Day was coming up. We used to have a family cookout every year before my two brothers died. Now it's a cookout every other year on the 4th of July.

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