Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Five Years.


Wonderful photograph "Little Politico' taken by Julie Akers. See her other photographs here.

15 comments:

pnfphotography said...

This says it ALL - when will we learn? I really feel strong about this and think this is one awesome image!!

Anonymous said...

Sarah, you will be so missed. I have loved your photography for several years. I cannot believe there won't be any more!

Lou Ann Aepelbacher said...

Sarah - I love you and will miss you so much!!

peta said...

I am quite heartsick to hear this news, you have left us beautiful memories with your amazing images.

I am happy to have known you Sarah.

julia s. said...

Sarah, my dear friend.. how can you leave us now?
there was still so much adventure waiting. i am beside myself and tears keep flowing. words fail me my dear. it's not how it should be.


love and miss you, julia

Anonymous said...

Sarah,
I am deeply saddened by your passing. You will always be remembered by your photography and your wonderful personality. Your photos will live on. I will never forgot the wonderful laughs we shared. I am sure you'll be wathching us. Love Ya!

-delp- said...

I miss you already.

Anonymous said...

Sarah, Shelly and I are heart broken. Your free sprit, great laugh and true talent is our lose. It was an honor to work and play with you. Thank you for what time we shared and the Air Shows we worked. Miss ya Red.
John

Mernie said...

Thank You Sarah for what you've given us!
I wish I had told you often what an impact your photography made on me.

intransit said...

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Indeed it is a photo that truly tells a story...


However IMO 2 be posted by another fine photographer who depends upon the continuity of the war and all wars 4 her livelihood in her blog... appears to be an oxymoron... well maybe+?
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Erynne said...

Awww thats sooo cute! Right too! I can't believe it's been going on so long!

friend of Sarah's said...

My comment is for "Intransit" or more appropriately "Insensitive." You should read a thread before writing. If you had, perhaps you would have noticed Sarah is no longer making a living. Sarah is dearly missed by those of us who knew her. You obviously did not. People who work for the military no more want war than policemen want crimes and firefighters want fires. All of them protect your life, allowing you, someone against war, to verbally shoot someone. Now that's an oxymoron.

krissa_hayal said...

great

Corrina said...

I haven't posted on Flickr/Dissident Cafe very often as of late...in fact, almost zilch the past several months. I'm so sorry I missed this. Now I understand the 'absence'.
Her photos were cheerful and vibrant, her work inspiring and supportive. She is most definitely missed.....

~cheers lovely lady~

Anonymous said...

how can i get ahold of you? Im 21 years old my name is Steph and honestly i want your job. i would love to take pictures for the military and i would love to serve in the military. i would love to get any info i can from you about this