With the upcoming 2009 Rememberance Day I wanted to express it a different way that did'nt actually show images of war or military. The posts (32 in each photo) going off into the distance represent wars constantly going on and on, in different outposts around the world, and never ending. My interpretation of how, as a soldier etc., you go off to war with high hopes and feelings (the colour version), and come back with a darker view of things (the mono version). Also family are proud on the one hand (the colour version) and sick with worry on the other (the mono version) The title to this piece is given from the tune that is traditionally played at military funerals, and Rememberance Day celebrations, in honour of those who have fallen. Many have gone but are still remembered by the many who remain.
|Camera:||Canon EOS DSLR450D |
|Lens:||Canon 18mm-55mm |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|