5 comments on “Shared Faces, Shared Stories

  1. Oh I am so glad you got post this in. It’s profound and thought provoking. And their faces are amazing!
    These two “brothers”, as well as the ones depicted at the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Thank you so much. I also have to say how sorry I am that I didn’t know soon enough to thank all my “brothers” returning from Vietnam. I do now whenever I can…including and especially, my James.

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  2. And please pass my personal thanks to your James! The Vietnam veterans’ stories still need to be told and no amount a “make-up appreciation” is enough but we can try.

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  3. This is beautiful and thought provoking! I love this and I love that you share your stories and the stories of those you happen to meet through your pictures and your words. Thank you!

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