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Civil War Photograph - New York At Gettysburg - 42nd Ny Volunteer Infantry Tammany Regiment Close-1 Spring Hancock Avenue by Michael Mazaika

New York At Gettysburg - 42nd Ny Volunteer Infantry Tammany Regiment Close-1 Spring Hancock Avenue is a photograph by Michael Mazaika which was uploaded on June 1st, 2013.   The photograph has colors ranging from dim gray to fawn and incorporates civil war, war between the states, and gettysburg design themes.

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Nobility, and love above and beyond the call! This to me is what embodies the last full measure. Being willing to give everything for a government who wanted to annihilate your race.

Beautifully presented! Love the golden tones and texture on the statue. Just added a photo of this one myself with a different angle and presentation. L

Michael Mazaika replied:

Thank you, Angela. I took the time to stop by an see your silhouette of this monument. Very nicely done. - Mike

Thank you, Allen, for your kind thoughts. So close to summer, the light and sky were unusual for this day - reminded me more of late February. In any light, though, this monument and this field of battle never fails to stir my emotions for those who have and continue to serve. Thanks again - Mike

This is a very well captured expression...........the image is a wonderful work of art.!!..............................allen