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Rest in peace... Arlington West, Santa Monica Beach, California. (Explore Front Page)

...on the beach by Sterns Wharf, Santa Barbara, California.

A partial view of the 3,000 crosses placed each Sunday (by Veterans For Peace members and volunteers), that stand in testament to U.S. soldiers dead in Iraq.

Shot from a kite lofted camera.

recently processed film. mamiya 6MF 75mm. cross-processed kodak E100VS. lab: A&I color, santa monica, ca. scan: epson 4990.

 

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Arlington West, a memorial installed each Sunday, Santa Monica, LA.

 

Best viewed large at: visuals.twoeyes.org/407-america-in-iraq

Sculpture by Juan Sajid Imao

Unveiled on February 05, 2004

The 40 Foot Brass statue of Lapu-Lapu is gift from Korea Freedom League to the Filipino people.

Standing Guard means Tikas Pahinga

The sword he is holding is called Kampilan.

The Filipino shield is called "Kalasag"

The head piece is called "Putong", a piece of cloth tied around the forehead. Colored red are only worn by Raja / Datu and Warriors who made a kill in the battle.

The colorful embroidered "Putong" are only worn by Datu or Raja.

The Statue of the Sentinel of Freedom walking distance behind Rizal Monument

Brain child project of former Tourism Secretary Richard Gordon

Kwon Jung-dal is the Chairman of Korean Freedom League.

Kwon Jung-dal is a retired Army General

Lapu-Lapu head relief was featured on a obverse side of 1 Centavo Coins of the Philippines that no longer circulated.

No written record for the cause of death of Lapu-lapu

April 27 is Adlaw ni Lapu-Lapu or Philippine National Day of Lapu-Lapu

The wife of Lapu-Lapu is Pricesa Bulaklak (Princcesa Bulakna or Princesa Juana ) daughter of Datu Sabtano

During the Magellan attack on Mactan Island Lapu-Lapu strategically made the center formation the weakest and the two outer wing the strongest.

Lap-Lapu hit Magellan on the leg in the Battle of Mactan.

  

Photo by ROMMEL T. BANGIT, All rights reserved.

  

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The Santa Barbara chapter of the Veterans For Peace memorial on the beach reflects the cost of war. Each Sunday, a small white cross is placed for every soldier killed in Iraq.

recently processed film. double-exposure, cross-processed diptych.

 

olympus PEN-FT, zuiko 38mm f1.8. cross-processed revue 100 slide film (agfa precisa ct) lab: A&I color, santa monica, ca. scan: nikon coolscan 4000. exif tags: filmtagger.

Without wanting to get too political, the sight of these 'out of context' coffins and crosses on Santa Monica Beach certainly makes you stop and think.

 

From Wikipedia : 'Arlington West is a temporary memorial is created on Santa Monica Beach just north of the Santa Monica Pier at Santa Monica, every Sunday from sunrise to sunset. Crosses are placed on the beach for each U.S. military person who has died in the Iraq War. The number of crosses erected every Sunday now exceeds 4,000. For military personnel killed within the week past, flag draped coffins with blue crosses are positioned in front. The Arlington West Memorial, a project of Veterans For Peace, is intended to offer visitors a graceful, visually and emotionally powerful, place for reflection.'

Arlington West refers to the "temporary cemetery" itself, as well as Veterans for Peace's project of installing the temporary memorial. The name comes from the name of the national cemetery of the United States, Arlington National Cemetery, a burial place of honor for fallen war heroes. Arlington National Cemetery is the location of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and is also the final resting place for John F. Kennedy. Arlington West -- in a manner similar to "real" cemeteries -- is intended by the project organizers to be a place to mourn, reflect, contemplate, grieve, and meditate, to honor and acknowledge those who have lost their lives, and to reflect upon the costs of war.

 

The memorial in Santa Barbara, California, which was first put together on November 2, 2003, is installed each Sunday by a team of volunteers on the beach immediately west of Stearns Wharf. Visitors walking to the tourist attractions on the wharf have a clear view, from the boardwalk, along the beach with the white crosses in the foreground. From the walkway, visitors can see a flag-draped coffin and more than 3,000 crosses, made of wood, which are intended to resemble and represent traditional military grave markers. In addition to the simulated graveyard, a placard listing all the fallen American military personnel since the U.S. invaded and occupied Iraq is prominently displayed; this list is updated weekly. Adjacent to the placards is a sign containing the message: "If we were to put up a cross for each Iraqi person killed, the numbers of crosses would fill the entire beach."

In memory of armed forces members who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Project of Veterans For Peace

Santa Monica, LA, USA

www.tavlas.com

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This Iraq war memorial "Arlington West" is set up since November 2003 by the Veterans of Peace every Sunday on the beach of Santa-Barbara, California.

 

Shot from a kite lofted camera.

 

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In Santa Monica, I stumbled upon this, called Arlington West, where people put up mock graves in memory of the soldiers that have died in Iraq. They have been doing this for three years now.

Arlington West Santa Barbara CA

 

A memorial to the US troops that have died in Iraq. Nearly 4000 crosses in the sand. Each cross bears the name of a dead friend or loved one. And the count keeps growing...

Since november 2003 this memorial is on the beach of Santa Barbara every sunday.

Arlington West memorial at Santa Monica pier. The flag draped coffins represented the 11 soldiers killed in the last week. The red crosses beyond the coffins each represent 10 white crosses. (The memorial ran out of room on the beach)

Crescent at "Arlington West" in Santa Monica 11-12-05.

A gull walks among the markers at Arlington West, a weekly memorial on Santa Monica Beach to U.S. troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's set up and taken down each Sunday.

 

Taken and originally posted in 2010.

A portion of the faux cemetery on the beach at Santa Monica. Grave marker for each US military person killed in Iraq. Markers are set up each morning and taken down at sunset.

www.arlingtonwestsantamonica.org

 

Each Sunday from sunrise to sunset, a temporary memorial appears next to the world-famous pier at Santa Monica, California. This memorial, known as Arlington West, a project of Veterans For Peace, offers visitors a graceful, visually and emotionally powerful, place for reflection.

  

In memory of armed forces members who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.

R.I.P.

 

Though the cause is/was wrong every soldiers death is a noble sacrifice. They have been sacrificed for the ignorance and naivite of the American electorate. They have died to protect our freedom and security at the same time our elected leaders work to diminish our freedoms and are failing to make us safer.

82nd Airborne "ALL THE WAY"

 

www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1806796

 

www.fallenheroesmemorial.com/oif/profiles/taylormarkd.html

 

"To the Taylor family. I served with LTC Taylor on the 782nd FST in Falluja, as one of the Nurses. Mark was my friend, a mentor, a talented leader, and an wonderful Physician. He was never ill tempered, and always had something to say or do even in the darkest times to keep everyone going. Words cannot express the loss of Doc Taylor. Please know that the soldiers he served with loved, respected, and admired him. The people whose lives he touched are better for it, and he will never be forgotten. Mark thank you for being you, we all miss you Hollywood."

CPT Michael Fisher of Ft. Sam Houston, TX

 

www.militarycity.com/valor/257108.html

 

Army Maj. Mark D. Taylor, a surgeon, left his 6-year-old son, Conner, with a set of dog tags, saying, “Wear them until Daddy comes home.”

 

Taylor, 41, died on March 20 (2004) when his living area came under rocket attack in Fallujah, Iraq.

 

Those who knew him well remembered Taylor as wonderful men serving his country.

 

“He was a brave guy and wonderful person,” said longtime family friend Cathy Conrad in Stockton, Calif.

 

“It’s an incredible loss to us and the entire country,” said Conrad, who met Taylor 24 years ago while the two were studying at San Joaquin Delta College.

 

In addition to being an excellent surgeon and father, Taylor loved skiing and finding ways to make people laugh, she said.

 

“He was very intelligent, had a great sense of humor, and was a compassionate person,” Conrad said. “There were lots of people who just loved him, and he was a very driven individual,” she said.

 

Taylor, who was stationed with the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, N.C., grew up in Stockton. He joined the Army National Guard before graduating from the University of California-Davis with a degree in biochemistry in 1982.

 

In 1991, Taylor received a pharmaceutical degree from University of California-San Francisco and earned a medical degree four years later from George Washington Medical School in Washington, D.C.

 

In the late 1990s, Taylor met his wife and had his son, Conner, while doing a five-year surgery residency at the UC-Irvine Medical Center. The couple later divorced.

 

Taylor will be buried April 8 at Arlington National Cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Doug and Roberta Taylor, and his son, Conner.

Written on the placard: Brian may God take and keep your soul. Your death will not be forgotten. Class '00

In memory of armed forces members who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Arlington West, a weekly memorial on Santa Monica Beach to U.S. troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's set up and taken down each Sunday. Each white marker represents one man or woman. Each red one represents ten. The flag-draped coffins represent the troops killed that week.

 

Taken in 2010.

Santa Monica, California: 5 vertical panel panorama, taken with Nikon D700 & Tamron 28-75 f2.8 @ 28mm, f/11

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As a people we have sacrificed nothing for this war. No war bonds, no draft, no rationing, and generous tax cuts for the rich and the corporate elite.

 

A small group of citizens have been asked to shoulder the burden completely. Our citizen soldiers have spent repeated tours in harms way. I have a friend who has done three tours in Iraq. He is the most "gung ho" pro-military person I have ever met. He still loves the military and our country but you can see the toll his tours have taken in him. His unit of the California National Guard suffered more casualties in Iraq than almost any other unit.

 

I salute our brothers and sisters who pay the price for our freedom and for our ignorance.

 

Our so-called leaders should be ashamed.

Arlington West, a weekly memorial on Santa Monica Beach to U.S. troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's set up and taken down each Sunday. Each white marker represents one man or woman. Each red one represents ten.

 

Taken in 2010.

Dee Dee Urquhart mourns the loss of her neighbor and friend of 17 years Army Sgt. Evan Asa Ashcraft at the Arlington West Memorial in Santa Barbara, Calif., May 15, 2005. A resident of West Hills, Calif. Ashcraft was killed on July 24, 2003 in Alhawd, Iraq during the war on terror. (Photo by Roel Alaniz/Brooks Institute of Photography)

This is the beach in Santa Barbara, CA. A volunteer group places theses crosses in the sand one Sunday a month. It is incredibly moving. What more can be said for Louis W. Qualls, except rest in peace, please.

Arlignton West is a temporary memorial and is created on Santa Monica Beach just north of the Santa Monica Pier at Santa Monica, every Sunday from sunrise to sunset. Crosses are placed on the beach for each U.S. military person who has died in the Iraq War. The crosses now exceed 4,000. This is a project of Veterans for Peace. It is emotionally powerful to see it in person and a good place for reflecation about one's life.

 

SAY NO TO WAR! PEACE!

If only our leaders had any.....

While we live our lives in comfort and peace, across the world our soldiers die in vain because we allow ourselves to be duped.

Arlington West - Memorial to Iraq War on the sand in Santa Barbara

 

Volunteers place these crosses in the sand every Sunday morning at sunrise and remove them at sunset.

 

Move your mouse over the signs to read them.

 

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odd double exposure - unplanned

www.arlingtonwestsantamonica.org/

Originally, each cross represented an individual US armed forces member killed in Iraq. Now they're running out of room. There's a wide stripe of red crosses through the center of the memorial now - each red cross represents ten people.

The words of John Lennon's "Imagine" were echoing through my head, as three little girls walked through the rows and rows of crosses...

  

Arlington West - Memorial to Iraq War on the sand in Santa Barbara

 

Volunteers place these crosses in the sand every Sunday morning at sunrise and remove them at sunset.

 

Move your mouse over the signs to read them.

 

See Large

  

Santa Monica, California: 5 vertical panel panorama, taken with Nikon D700 & Tamron 28-75 f2.8 @ 28mm, f/11

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Arlington West is a weekly memorial temporarily installed on the beach next to Santa Monica Pier each Sunday. It commemorates American soldiers killed in Iraq.

 

This image is a three-dimensional stereo anaglyph. Red/cyan glasses are necessary for proper viewing. I have another version of this stereo image in cross-view format: www.flickr.com/photos/callahanrl/2457194628

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