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Taken at a world war 2 re-enactment at Margam Park at the weekend. Really hope this doesnt offend anyone. If it does i will pull the photo as not to cause any arguements.
well done...!! powerful image!
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Any act like this must be looked at only from the perspective of rememberance; a dark part of human history that we should never forget, especially those who died fighting for the humanity triumph.
Well captured, +++ for facial expression and the way you've organized the elements within your frame.
P.S. It won't create any argument, I hope, as movie art continues to re-create the atmosphere and acts of bravery so many on those times and so less remembered today.
great photo,history happend no one can change that i agree with ovi
Could you pull all your photos off please? They offend me...
Cheers Jennifer,Ovi,Andy and Cole,very much appreciated.
LOL Cole.Was thinking about doing that a couple of weeks ago. Offending you that is
Unfortunately another icon which is used to represent evil much like our own union jack is now used by some modern day radical groups.
These re-enactment groups unlike the radicals want to keep history alive and represent the brave man and women who fought for what they believed was there duty at the time, Only by keeping it alive do we remember and have the patential to learn from it.
Very well done, the pose and placement of the symbol on the flag complement each other, It definitely has impact, great portrait
Powerful image... and agree with above sentiments.
Lookds great Andrew,like his expression which suits the context of the role he was playing.Excellent.
Cheers everyone,very much appreciated. Really glad this didnt cause any fuss
Cheers Kev for the user award.
Well captured Andrew, this guy really looked the part didn't he.
Cheers Geoff.LOL. I thought he was a German when i first looked.
Love this Andrew,think it would be even better in B+W.
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