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The cover photo for this prayer/poem was taken by Nelson B. Gilbert in North Korea in 1954. He captured this soldier praying in from of the Cross on Easter Sunday morning in 1954. The prayer was written by Russ Considine as an inspiration to all military personnel serving the United States and their Allies in their defense of freedom throughout the World.
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Overview

The cover photo for this prayer/poem was taken by Nelson B. Gilbert in North Korea in 1954. He captured this soldier praying in from of the Cross on Easter Sunday morning in 1954. The prayer was written by Russ Considine as an inspiration to all military personnel serving the United States and their Allies in their defense of freedom throughout the World.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012820822
  • Publisher: Russ PhotoArt
  • Publication date: 3/2/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 6 KB

Meet the Author

Russel A. Considine has been a professional photographer since 1980. Russ is known throughout the World, in particular in the New York metro area, for his candid portraits, landscape, wildlife and sports photography. Russ also creates art works of selected photographs that he has taken. Russ is also the author of the following books, short stories and poems:

“Wildlife I’ve Shot” (Amazon.com), “The 1980 Golden Olympic Miracles” (Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Mother Nature’s Photo Alphabet Book” (Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Mother Nature’s Photo Alphabet Book, Part 2” (Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble eBooks), “The Midnight Lullaby” (English & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), “How To Take These Digital Photographs – Part 1” (English & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Lola’s Alphabet Friends” (Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Lola’s Alphabet Friends, Part 2” (Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Advice from Superman, a short but true Story” (English, German, Dutch, French, Portuguese, Latin, Italian & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), and “The Soldier’s Prayer” (Barnes & Noble eBooks) .

Russ lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York and can often be found looking for new photo subjects while he hikes the mountain trails and kayaking the waters of Lake George in New York and Rangeley Lake in Maine.

Samples of Mr. Considine’s work can be found on his online PhotoArt Galleries:

www.russconsidine.zenfolio.com

www.russphotoart.com &

www.rockefeller.tv

The late Nelson B. Gilbert was a United States Korean War hero and prisoner of war who took thousands of aerial photographs across enemy lines of North Korea’s secret weapons arsenals and military positions. On one photographic mission, Captain Gilbert’s plane was shot down, he was shot, captured, escaped, and then was kept in hiding for months by a local Korean family. Mr. Gilbert’s work was shown in The Smithsonian Museum as well as many other museums. Gilbert’s famous scene of a soldier kneeling in front of a large cross in Korea with sun rays falling down on him was the cover of a Parade Magazine issue back in the 1950s, and it also hung in the Vatican.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2011

    Every military soldier, past and present will relate to this inspirational prayer!

    Every military soldier, past and present will relate to this inspirational prayer! You are priveleged to enter this soldier's soul, as you read the words that Russ Considine has brilliantly related to Nelson Gilbert's photo of an American soldier kneeling at the foot of a cross on an Easter morning during the Korean War. A prayer and poem for all ages!

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