The Wednesday, 05/29, Promotion–Very Nice!!!
This time, with more clouds…
12th Annual Field of Honor®
The Cool Spring Downtown District is proud to work with the Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation as a partner in the 12th Annual North Carolina Field of Honor®. Since its inception in 2008, The North Carolina Field of Honor® has been an annual tradition in Downtown Fayetteville. Hundreds of flags will fly on the parade grounds of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum. Each flag comes with its own story and displays a tag identifying both the person who sponsored the flag and the flag honoree. This living display of heroism flies as a patriotic tribute to the strength and unity of Americans, and honors all who are currently serving, those that have served, and the men and women who have made the supreme sacrifice for our nation’s security and freedom. Flags may be purchased to honor the memory of a veteran or current service member from any branch of service. To sponsor a $35 Field of Honor® Flag, visit the ASOM Gift Store, or visit online . The 12th Annual North Carolina Field of Honor® will kick-off with an opening ceremony at 10am on Saturday, May 18, 2019, and will remain up until Thursday, June 27, 2019. The event is free to the public and will be located on the parade grounds of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum at 100 Bragg Blvd, Fayetteville, NC 28301. Proceeds from the 2019 North Carolina Field of Honor® will benefit the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation and the Cool Spring Downtown District.
With photos I took at the 50th high school graduation celebration of E.E. Smith, Class of ‘69.
A Sunday 2:00 pm EDT ballgame.
The Fayetteville Woodpeckers shutout the Salem Dash 11 – 0. It was a hot day–Fayetteville high–92°or did it just feel hotter sitting in the sun. Hotter days are to arrive in the next 7-days—as high as 99°.
Lots of happy people
This is the most people I have seen at this beach. Enjoyment was at hand… I followed these shots with pictures of the May Full Moon Rise, followed by sunrise the next morning–compelling shots of both events.
“Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky in morning, sailor’s warning”
Sunrise @ 6:07 am Eastern Daylight Time. I used the Johnnie Mercers Fishing Pier to enhance the captures. Although there were some clouds, the sun was clearly visible as it rose out of the ocean–luv the red color cast.