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    Not published in LIFE. Alternate view of beach seen in famous George Strock photo, Buna, New Guinea Campaign, WWII.

    Caption from LIFE. "Three dead Americans on the beach at Buna." Why publish this was explained in a 1943 issue. "The reason is that words are never enough. The eye sees. The mind knows. The heart feels. But the words do not exist to make us see, or know, or feel what it is like, what actually happens. The words are never right. . . ." & "And so here it is. This is the reality that lies behind the names that come to rest at last on monuments in the leafy squares of busy American towns."

    Daytona Beach Florida 1904

    Beach photo idea.

    Alvin York - claimed exemption because he didn't want to fight, went on to become one of WWI's greatest heros. Amazing!

    the historic image of Burke, Billie, Miss. She played the Good Witch in the Wizard of Oz. It was taken in the early 1900's.

    Mother and Baby 1912

    On July 10, 1943, the Allied invasion of Sicily during World War II began. Taken near Brolo, Sicily, this photograph shows General George S. Patton conferring with Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard. The caption reads: "Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard, Colorado, 30th Infantry Regiment, a prominent figure in the second daring amphibious landing behind enemy lines on Sicily’s north coast, discusses military strategy with Lieutenant General George S. Patton. Near Brolo., 1943 "

    On the cover of Life, a young man’s face — the very model of middle-America’s “boy next door” — along with 11 stark words: “The Faces of the American Dead in Vietnam: One Week’s Toll.” Inside, across 10 funereal pages, LIFE published picture after picture and name after name of 242 young men killed halfway around the world.

    American armor moves up the Appian Way during the drive towards Rome, WWII.

    How to take beautiful holiday photos - EASY to understand tutorial for both DSLR and point and shoot cameras

    Tips on what to do after receiving or purchasing a DSLR camera!

    A brilliant, simple idea with great results for low light indoor shots.

    Family Portrait ~ beautiful!

    "Deliver us from Evil", child with Swastika, US 2nd World War Poster, Anon, c.1942

    Ernest Hemingway WW1

    For Paris Match 1961 Photo: Philippe le Tellier.

    Boy and girl

    A Beginner's Guide to Photography

    Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them!

    Sometimes, you just need to have some nerdy English teacher fun. #highschoolEnglish #pun