Wordless Wednesday February 18, 2009 Photography The bread line at the FDR Memorial. The shape of things to come? Or a look at the past? (Okay, fine, so I can’t be completely wordless. Big surprise there, eh?) Related Posts Instagram, 2021 Many of you wrapped up 2021 last week. I, however, took the week off and… Pieces of Me If you've followed me on Instagram this last week, you will know that I've been… Looking Back: October 2020 Before November hits the halfway point, let's take a look back at October. First, the… Share this:FacebookX This Post Has 18 Comments Either way, it’s a striking image. I’m not paying attention any more. What will be will be. That entire memorial is just wonderful. I love the pillar with the negatives and then all the waterfalls. I hope it’s not a sign of the times to come but I do highly recommend people visit the FDR Memorial when they go to DC. (Also, you can usually find parking over that way). Haunting image. Let’s hope it’s the past. I really need to get to that memorial. In fact, I just really need to get to DC. maybe if we paid more attention the lessons of the past ,history wouldn’t repeat itself! Wordless Wednesday, now with even more words! 😉 I could happen, but I don’t think it will. AWW – Almost Wordless Wednesday! I’m still hopeful… This whole memorial is amazing but that one sculpture is the one that resonated with me the most. I remember having to explain it to our children…something they had trouble understanding. Hopefully, they won’t be learning about it first hand. Could be… I’m hoping it’s a look at the past and will not become our future as well! I agree with blogless Sharon, who needs a blog. Just sayin’… I’m determined to believe it’s the past. Only the past….Please only the past? (sigh) And yes, what will be…will indeed be. But I do have hope. (((hugs))) Oh… I hope not a sign of things to come. Perhaps today’s announcement will turn things around? As a conservative, I am always nervous about ‘throwing money’ at problems, but historically this has helped recessions. PC and I had a LONG discussion about that memorial on Sunday night. It was our favorite in DC. what deb said. AWW… FDR was an awesome person regardless of what you think of his politics, and deserves a fitting memory. Carol – Such a moving monument! Our favorite as well! Sorry – Carole! Comments are closed.