Anonymous by nellycious


The Clark Air Base cemetery opened in 1950 and as of July 1983, contained a total of 7,559 remains. Among the first bodies to be relocated were dead from the Spanish-American War and the Philippine-American War. At present, the cemetery contains the remains of members from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and their dependents, American civilians, Filipinos (especially former members of the Philippine Scouts), Japanese civilians (not associated with World War II), Chinese and Vietnamese refugees.

Of the total cemetery population, 1,689 remain unidentified to this day.
Good picture! Headstones and sky for as far as the eye can see. Nice job!
January 9th, 2011  
Really really great shot! The sky looks incredible, and the gravestones scattered around look amazing. Also love the subject stone you got..."Unknown" A shame someone lies there and nobody knows who it was. It's like there life had no meaning...
January 9th, 2011  
very beautiful & poignant photograph!
January 9th, 2011  
Beautiful shot, great colors and perspective!
January 9th, 2011  
Cemeteries are always moving. Nice shot.
January 9th, 2011  
As far as the eye can see. Quite a thought.

Lovely photo with deep rich colouring.
January 9th, 2011  
Wow, it just seems to go on forever. Very sad, very thought-provoking.
January 10th, 2011  
This is a beautiful shot. Very moving. The colors speak the tone....a beautiful, haunting photo.
January 13th, 2011  
Ugh, we have those around here too (Unknown cemeteries) So sad. The photo is gorgeous, however. The colours and clouds are amazing
January 13th, 2011  
super like it.. nice one sir!
January 14th, 2011  
Stunning shot. just stunning. Powerful, beautiful, moving, stunning.
January 19th, 2011  
When will we learn?
February 15th, 2011  
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