Photos by Hank
#Florida palm #tree in the wiind (Taken with Instagram)

#Florida palm #tree in the wiind (Taken with Instagram)

Palm #tree swayin in the breeze #florida #photos  (Taken with instagram)

Palm #tree swayin in the breeze #florida #photos (Taken with instagram)

The Fence on Flickr.Parts of the original fencing that lined the disaster site where the Murrah P Federal Building once stood are now  in front of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. To this day the fence still acts as it’s own memorial where many place tokens of their feelings. March, 2010.

The Fence on Flickr.

Parts of the original fencing that lined the disaster site where the Murrah P Federal Building once stood are now in front of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. To this day the fence still acts as it’s own memorial where many place tokens of their feelings. March, 2010.

901 Gate of Time on Flickr.The Gates of Time (9:01 and 9:03) frame the moment of the blast, 9:02. One Gate at 9:01 represents the innocence of the city before the bomb and Gate 9:03 represents the world forever changed. Photo March 2010.

901 Gate of Time on Flickr.

The Gates of Time (9:01 and 9:03) frame the moment of the blast, 9:02. One Gate at 9:01 represents the innocence of the city before the bomb and Gate 9:03 represents the world forever changed. Photo March 2010.

Children’s Tile Art on Flickr.At the entrance to the Memorial Museum is an area which displays tiles sent in by school children from around the United States at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, March 2010.

Children’s Tile Art on Flickr.

At the entrance to the Memorial Museum is an area which displays tiles sent in by school children from around the United States at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, March 2010.

The Fence on Flickr.Parts of the original fencing that lined the disaster site where the Murrah P Federal Building once stood are now  in front of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. To this day the fence still acts as it’s own memorial where many place tokens of their feelings. March, 2010.

The Fence on Flickr.

Parts of the original fencing that lined the disaster site where the Murrah P Federal Building once stood are now in front of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. To this day the fence still acts as it’s own memorial where many place tokens of their feelings. March, 2010.

All Alone. A tree takes root amongst the rocks of the breakwall. (My first long exposure in daylight that is worth sharing!)

All Alone. A tree takes root amongst the rocks of the breakwall. (My first long exposure in daylight that is worth sharing!)