Frank Glick was driving to work, early one morning when he caught sight of this Bald Eagle perched on a tombstone in this Minnesota graveyard. I just saw this today but many people saw it yesterday, Memorial Day.  Very poignant . . . .The widow  of the man buried  under that stone said that they had been  photographers of eagles, too.


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I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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4 Responses to Peace

  1. Don Ostertag says:

    I have quite a few relatives in that cemetery, the National Cemetery, Richfield Minnesota, a cemetery for the military and their spouses. There’s very few funerals take place there in good weather without eagles flying up from the Mississippi River bottoms, almost as a salute to the deceased. Combine the Honor Guard, the folding of the Flag, and the eagles, nobody walks away without wet eyes and lumps in their throats.

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  2. What an interesting picture and comment about being photographers of eagles. Thanks for sharing this. And I’m really touched by the comment from Don Ostertag above. Very moving.

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