2018 Event ~ Fayetteville, North Carolina Rotary Christmas Parade Closeups, 12/08

Hosted by the Liberty Point Rotary Club.

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See many more of the 252 pics I took & uploaded to this Flickr Album.

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2018 Event ~ Fayetteville, North Carolina Rotary Christmas Parade, 12/08

Hosted by the Liberty Point Rotary Club.

See many more of the 252 pics I took & uploaded to this Flickr Album.

Photography ~ Glenville Lake Close-Ups, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 12/03

Revisit–with a focus on the cypress trees.

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I even saw a Great Blue Heron in flight. I hope to return and maybe get a photograph of an different sighting for this North Carolina town.

Event ~ HASM and Fort Bragg Chapels’ Community Choir Concert, 11/30

Hymns, Anthems and Sacred Music

Thursday [rehersal] & Friday [concert] I took many photographs of which I have uploaded 155 pictures to this Flickr Album.

Thanks to Ms. Helene G. Smith, Director, for hiring me and to my friend, Janet Major-Ferritto, for referring me. Best to both of you and the members of your choir.

Be blessed…

–james

Photography ~ Work in Progress Sculptures, Fayetteville, North Carolina–the Artist, 11/23

See this sculpture at City Hall.

The artist who created “Community,” on display in Fayetteville, North Carolina

Mr. Okonkwo is from East Nigeria and now lives in Fayetteville, Georgia. Here is a catalog with a gallery of pieces he created and has for sale. Earlier tonight, I published a blog article with photographs of “Community,” as it adorns the front of our City Hall. I took those pictures the day before Thanksgiving.

Photography ~ Work in Progress Sculptures, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 11/21

Three ladies, in harmony, sit in front of City Hall. The piece is called “Community.” I found it in his gallery.

My 2016 Work in Progress Pictures

I found a picture by Dave Smith of a similar sculpture on Flickr. It is titled “Friends” by Nnamdi Okonkwo. This piece is titled “Community.” I found it in his gallery. By the way, Mr. Okonkwo lives in Fayetteville, Georgia–south of Atlanta. I saw the name of this town in 1968 as I drove to Ft. Benning, Georgia to report to active duty as a U.S. Army Infantry Second Lieutenant. That happened to be September 22nd.