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Remembrance

By Caledonia
As a member of the Forces lays a wreath at the Memorial amidst the children and parents of the community..... the shadows of three people on the other side gave a haunting quality to the feel of this photo. . . .

Tags: Remembrance sunday Portraits and people

Voters: Diana, colin, ronss and 9 more


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Diana 10 2.0k 19 Netherlands
15 Nov 2007 12:12AM
Yes.. shadows ... works well
Dianna

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colin 12 697 5 Scotland
15 Nov 2007 12:56AM
Superbly composed! This is a very poignant shot. Well done.
Colin
very nicely taken
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
15 Nov 2007 3:30AM
Your write-up says it all Marie.....and very nicely too, well done! Rained here all day, and cold, ceremony was moved to a church (Plan B)
Rgds., Jim
The shadows kames this for me Marie, looking on comes to mind.

All the very best
Dougie
15 Nov 2007 12:06PM
Really fantastic shot, of a time to remember
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
15 Nov 2007 8:48PM
This is well composed. I agree the shadows give it a haunting feeling, especially so because you have used selective focus to fuzz out the foreground. Very effective.
Anne
digiray63 9 4 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2007 11:48PM
Nice image and great composition.
Ray
18 Nov 2007 12:16PM
Yes, excellent work and you're quite right the shadows are most haunting.

Rgds
Nick
Leightonhs 10 155 1
20 Nov 2007 10:39PM
The blurriness really work with this photo, nice job.

-Leighton.

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