I'm so happy to live in America, land of the FREE and home of the brave!!! :) Great post, teach.
where I live, it's called FINE City.Guess which version of 'fine' it is.LOL!!
I don't need a flag to tell me that I am living in a free country, lol !
You and ME BOTH!!!!! Gotta love the flag and what it represents.If you haven't stopped by to view my 'free' photo, come on over...it's a free trip - oops, no guess not. It costs money to travel the 'net! Happy Hunting.
Love those shots! They say it all :-)
Love when the wind is blowing and the flag is flying and waving...nice pics
That's very true indeed! I truly agree of what you said, great post! Happy weekend!Free Ride
Excellent choice!Germany would not be free without the help of the U.S. army. I´ll never forget that. Thank you =)
Too true. The flag flies everywhere in the US, here you have to look a bit harder to find one.Have a great weekend Mary
Great shot, happy huntingMy So Calle LifeLa Vida es Hermosa
Excellent choice for free. It is an honor to live in freedom that many take for granted.My unusual free post is here:http://thelifeandtimesofgran.blogspot.com/2008/02/photo-hunters-free.html
Good take on the theme and I love the way you caught the flag blowing freely in the wind.
We are very fortunate to live in free countries. Great choice.
Great...beautiful pictures! I posted one with a flag too.It's up at http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/prodoceo/481727/
great take for this week theme. America is the land of the free ;) Have a great weekend!Life's ImpressionMy so called life
Excellent post, Gattina on the other hand is living in a country that was made free by the blood of American soldiers, she needs to learn how to say thank you.
Great choice for FREE. I love our flad too and what it means. I'm so thankful to be free.I made another attempt at a memoir. This time it is three little words. Check my bummer lamb post. Have a great weekend.Kathi
Long may it wave!
Absolutely fantastic post for the theme!I did my very first PhotoHunt at www.mistyswords.com
Outstanding interpretation of the theme, just considering joining in on this one, put the main link into my files.
In answer to 'what are tobacco sticks'? Years ago when tobacco was grown, after the plants matured, the leaves were stripped and tied on to sticks before being hung in a heated barn to cure the tobacco....needless to say many sticks are still stored in barns. Now tobacco is bulk cured, laid in trays and 'cooked' in metal buildings....tobacco is no longer grown on our farm......I'm very thankful to live in the land of free because of the brave.....Betty
I really love the flag!
Great pictures for a grand take on the theme! Happy PH and happy weekend :)
Those are great photos of the American Flag. We are very proud to be Canadian, ourselves.
Great pics for this week theme. when i read Napa's comments, I want to laugh. Yes I agree wif her ;)Pearl
Very nice pics. I love taking pics of the flag (when the wind is blowing) and the symbolism is perfect for free.
Great choice! And how many flags do most of us pass, and never give it a second thought. Have a good week.
Freedom is vital.
Our flag is such a perfect symbol of free. Nice pictures.
Thanks for your comments on my "free" subject and small things. I did see your flags Saturday. We fly the flag most every day here. Have fun with your macro. My D40X will focus with the subject about 6" from the lens. Marianne's Koolpix will focus at less than an inch.
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