Flag Change V
By Jim Sizemore
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You captured the motion of the flags in an excellent fashion!
It’s always a good photo-op when the rangers change the flags at Fort McHenry, which they do twice a day. Hard to go wrong when the setting winter sun back-lights the flags. Since I walk there almost every day, winter and summer, I have lots of opportunities.