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Children On The River Photograph - Children On The River by Mel Steinhauer

Children On The River is a photograph by Mel Steinhauer which was uploaded on January 23rd, 2011.

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Mel, I remember peaceful times and people in Vietnam too. This is an excellent example of that. We often flew our medivac choppers up and down the rivers when entering or exiting one of our five medivac base camps, so we saw this type of scene often. I am glad that you brought your camera along this time, Mel. Best regards, brother!

Your accompanying description, (something you excel at, by the way) 'fills out' this wonderful photo of a different world in a different time, Mel. I teared up at the end when you said that seeing the children on the river came to represent that you might all have a good day that day. Have you ever thought of writing about that time of your life Mel? Writing is cathartic. Anyway. GREAT photograph. Thank you for posting all of these. In my favorites.

Sure an intriguing photograph, Mel!! All the Best!