This week’s A-Z Archive is the letter “K,” and it was more challenging than past letters. I had a number of thoughts as I roamed through my 2011 images where soccer “kicks” were plentiful, “kids” played games and “kisses” were caught on occasion. Then, I recalled my evening spent last summer on the Mall, when for the first time I visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.
As the sun set, I photographed the monument and observed the many people pausing to pay their respects. Some were solemn, some laughed with joy and a few shed tears as they finally came face-to-face with a long-awaited tribute to a hero. It was a reflective evening that reminded me of how far we’ve come but also the distance we have yet to travel on this continuing path to equality.
Man, I can’t wait until I get the chance to visit the MLK Memorial.
It is such a wonderful monument! So glad it finally happened!
Thanks so much!
thanks for this tribute to the king of distinguished resist …
It’s a beautiful monument. I look forward to returning again soon.
I really like the perspective you chose for this shot. Well done Tricia!!!
Thanks, David. It’s a little different. I would like to return again and spend more time. I was with a small group and didn’t have the opportunity to really explore. Another trip to D.C. is on my to-do list!