View 180: My 2011 Memorial Day Weekend

I took a lot of photos over Memorial Day weekend this year.  Here’s a photographic recap.

Scenes from Memorial Day Weekend 2011.

Scenes from Memorial Day Weekend 2011.

1. Oneida indians performing a traditional dance at the Native Circle Touch the Earth Festival at Mexico Point Park. 2. Interior of an 11th Century Manor House at Mexico Point Park. 3. Early evening fog obscuring the Power Plant in Oswego, New York. 4. Statue of Edward Austin Sheldon, teacher and educator, on the State University at Oswego campus. 5. Young boy in Indian Face Paint. 6. Play at home plate during a Syracuse Chiefs baseball game. 7. Veterans await the start of the Baldwinsville (NY) Memorial Day parade. 8. Fireman in full gear in the Baldwinsville (NY) Memorial Day parade.

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10 Responses to View 180: My 2011 Memorial Day Weekend

  1. burstmode says:

    Nice use of collage. I am wondering about the small chest plate and the 11th c. manor house…11th c?

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  2. milkayphoto says:

    My, you DO accomplish much in a weekend! I feel a bit…lazy…. as I spent most of mine just hanging by the pool. But, then again, that ain’t a bad thing. 🙂

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  3. Looks like a BUSY week-end! I like busy week-ends, but this might be a little too much for me 😉

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  4. Robin says:

    Looks like an interesting weekend. I like what you did with the collage. 🙂

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  5. Karma says:

    Looks like a busy but fun weekend. It would be wonderful if every weekend was a 3-day weekend. Of course, I am about 2 weeks away from a 70-day weekend, so I won’t complain too much! 😉

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