It Will Fly Until They All Come Home

Anne Norskog


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It Will Fly Until They All Come Home Painting


The American Flag


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Winnabow, NC - United States

Great work!

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Thank you!

Centralia, Wa - United States

Thank you Lena. That flag is still flying over our porch *_*

Prestonsburg, KY - United States

I really like this, I think it's beautiful and symbolizes America so well. The colors work so well together with the flag.

Centralia, Wa - United States

Thank you Toni. One of our Twins served in Iraq. We put the flag up the day he was sent overseas. We have since moved, but the flag now flies at our new place.

Duncan, OK - United States

Anne, thank you so much for posting on my photos today. And I enjoy your work, but I am partial to this one. For 2 reasons, one is I shot a photo of a yellow house with a flag years ago that is one of my favorites, will have to dig it out and post it. The second is the title of this image. I just covered a funeral yesterday for a young man who was KIA in Afghanistan. I plan on creating a blurb book of the images but only for my personal library. It was such an honor.

Lacey, WA - United States

Thanks Carmen! :-D

Portage La Prairie, MB - Canada

Happy 4th -- great tribute! Thanks for your kudos re Axis, Anne.

Lacey, WA

Thank you Jackie for the words of praise. When Old Glory is too tattered, dirty and worn to fly, the proper method for disposal is to burn it. But, it should be done with honor. Some Fraternal Organizations, such as Veterans of Foreign Wars, will do this for you.

Hawkesbury, On

I love it, and I agree. I am going out tomorrow to buy a new, large American flag.....and I am an American living in Canada. Does anyone know how I should dispose of my old American flags? I have quite a few tucked away in the back of the closet and I would appreciate knowing how to do this in an honorable way. Love this painting!

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