Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetary

Parts of this post originally appeared on Mama.Mommy.Mom. November 23, 2013.

It wasn’t until just a few weeks before our departure that we realized we’d be in Washington for Veterans Day.  Where better to spend the day than at Arlington National Cemetery?  On even the least notable day of the year, Arlington is nothing short of breathtaking.  On Veterans Day, it will awe you into silence.

This is only a handful of the hundreds of images I shot at Arlington National Cemetery, and while it is a tiny sampling of what we saw, I hope they evoke the emotion of Arlington to you…

Take a moment today to thank those who have served and made it possible for us to enjoy the various freedoms we enjoy everyday.

Tomb of The Unknown Soldier Guard at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington National Cemetery Graves on the Hillside at Arlington Markers at Arlington Graves as far as the eye can see - Arlington Gravesites at Arlington Flowers on a Monument at Arlington(*Pretty, pretty, pretty please don’t steal my images.  You can pin them, you can share this post, but if you’d like to use them for something else, please email me at – Thank you!)

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