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Trees Photograph - Together Even In Death by Amber Kresge

Together Even In Death is a photograph by Amber Kresge which was uploaded on November 10th, 2012.

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nice work! v

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks Nina!

very nice! v

Amber Kresge replied:

Thank you!

Love the twisted trees, looks great in B&W!! v

Amber Kresge replied:

Thank you Deborah!

Great capture Amber The trees are gust wonderful. v

Amber Kresge replied:

Thank you Will. :)

Amazing Trees.

Amber Kresge replied:

I agree. I love them!

very cool. V

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks Joan.

What a fantastic capture and I love the title. So much love :) v/f

Amber Kresge replied:

Thank you Atousa. :)

Wonderful trees, like a slow dance that in are life time is far to quick to see. Great V :)

Amber Kresge replied:

Thank you John!

What a wonderful find and a wonderful rendering of it in photography.

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks Sharon!

I loved this image before reading Judy's comment. Now even more! great image, Amber. v/f/ fb

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks again JK!

Wow..that is an amazing connection online!!

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks Bernard!

Amber, thank you for producing this beautiful picture which is a tribute to our parents, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Walker. Herbert and Bernice were high school sweethearts where they grew up in Comstock, Texas. They were married in Bryan, Texas, while my dad was attending Texas A&M College (now TAMU). After World War II, they returned to College Station where my dad completed his doctorate in veterinary medicine. They then returned to Del Rio where my dad set up his veterinary practice. Both Herbert and Bernice were very involved with family, school, church and community activities. Setting an example for others, they were happily married for 52 years. Judy Walker Loeckle and Jean Walker Persilver

Amber Kresge replied:

Thanks so much for sharing their story Judy. I was wandering around the cemetery this day, stumbled upon these amazing looking trees and just knew I had to use them to frame the American flag. It's so nice to know the story behind the image too now.

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