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Ft. Shafter Columbus Day Flag Ceremony


Randomly, I went with my friend, soldier/photographer Phil Velez, to shoot the flag detail ceremony at Ft. Shafter as they took down the gigantic flag that had been flown for Columbus Day. It was nice to shoot something a little more relaxing and artsy after the crazy 10/10/10 wedding weekend! As you can see, I had fun with just some random processing. A lot of this was quick edits, so I might come back and polish them later, but for now it was just for fun.  This was not an official PACOM event like the others that I’ve been photographing this year. (…speaking of, I’ve just realized I still need to edit my F22 Activation Ceremony pics…such a backlog of work to do!)

I’d also like to mention that even though I’m an Army wife, this is my first Army event that I’ve shot! So far it’s all been Navy, Air Force, Marines, Air National Guard…now I just got to get the Coast Guard!

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