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Civil War Photograph - Sky Fire - Flames Of Battle 50th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry-a1 Sunset Antietam by Michael Mazaika

Sky Fire - Flames Of Battle 50th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry-a1 Sunset Antietam is a photograph by Michael Mazaika which was uploaded on January 20th, 2013.

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My favorite photograph of yours Mr. Mazaika. I have always been fond of silhoulletted photos and the colors in the sky are just remarkable .

Michael Mazaika replied:

Thank you, Kevin, for your kind encouragement. I have quite a few from Gettysburg in my portfolio and will be adding a few more that I was able to photograph last weekend there. I, too, enjoy the light and peacefulness at the start and end end of the day. The conditions for this shot finally took shape after many years of visiting the Antietam Battlefield; but I'm never disappointed any time I get to go there. - Mike

Well done! VFG

Michael Mazaika replied:

Thank you, Robert. Found out recently that volunteers from my home town in PA served in this unit which I had not known about previously. Glad you like the image.

Sharon - thank you for your kind thoughts and support. Mike

Congratulations on your sale!!

Congratulations on your sale!!

Many thanks to the purchaser of this image - my first sale through Fine Art America. If you've not had the opportunity, my hope is that you get to visit Antietam. Of all the Civil War battlefields I've been privileged to walk the ground, Antietam / Sharpsburg is my favorite. Blessing to you. - Mike

Congratulations on your sale!!!

Michael Mazaika replied:

Bill - thanks for the encouragement on my first sale. Thanks, also for sponsoring the Gettysburg photo group. - Mike


Michael Mazaika replied:

Thank you, Chris. I watched the evening sky there for years on my many trips to Antietam. Visited your page and love the cloud photography - eye candy for us meteorologists. - Mike

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