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Some Corner ......

By davidhu
....of a foreign field that is for ever England. Thanks for the kind comments on my last upload and thanks to Brian for the lines from Rupert Brooke which I've incorporated into the title for this one. It's a simple row of headstones that caught my eye under the shade of the trees in Ploegstreet Wood.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Architecture Cemetery Ww1 Landscape and travel Passchendaele

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Take-a-View 17 293 5 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 9:35AM
poignant shot
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
8 Aug 2007 9:35AM
a well composed and expossed photography...fantastic light ,colours ,repeats and treatment

have a great day my friend

hope to see you soon


ollie
8 Aug 2007 9:40AM
Excellent composition, lovely light,
Fred.
DaveU 15 1.4k 127 England
8 Aug 2007 9:43AM
One of your very best Dave.

Grass and stone and a splash of red. Simple but highly effective, and what's the significance (if any) of the missing stones down towards the end of the row?

You should be very pleased with this one.
DiegoDesigns 15 117 6 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 9:46AM
Reminds me of the visit my son & I made to my uncle's grave outside Brussels, huge places with so many lives lost, almost overwhelming in their scale. You caught this very nicely Dave, good lines leading off, and the splash of red in the foreground works very nicely, probably what caught your eye...

Dave
rhion 17 36 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 10:46AM
Tremendous use of perspective - the semi-endless row disappearing in the distance.
Not sentimental but powerful. A tribute in itself?
Richard
rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
8 Aug 2007 11:24AM
Poignant, the futility of war. Perhaps it is nessecary David. Ron.
riprap007 17 1.6k 37 England
8 Aug 2007 2:53PM
great use of colour and perspective, powerful stuff
davidhu 15 19 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 5:06PM
Thanks for the kind comments guys. Dave(U), there is a reason for the gap. They discovered that the bodies were French soldiers and so they were moved to their own cemetery.
Brilane 15 5 12 Wales
8 Aug 2007 5:24PM
A good shot, with feeling.
I notice that they were Canadian soldiers.

Brian
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 6:21PM
Superb composition, I appreciate the way the red geraniums on the right balance the end of the row on the left. This has a similar sense of dignified respect to yesterday's, but now we are aware of individual lives. Thanks for this.
Moira
bigheart. 17 9 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 6:57PM
Great composition, and use of contrasting colours
Get my vote

Steve
Rende 14 38 4 Netherlands
8 Aug 2007 7:34PM
Beautiful image with the strong perspective and the geranium breaking the severity.
Rende
User_Removed 15 51
8 Aug 2007 7:48PM
Your use of repeats and the placement of the flowers make this a very special image David. Well done
bricurtis Plus
16 2.5k 51 England
8 Aug 2007 8:08PM
Powerful and emotive image Dave.
Interesting info about the French soldiers.
Brian.
Gary_Williams 17 38 3 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 8:55PM
Moving image, well composed.
ESP 15 26 England
8 Aug 2007 9:51PM
A very sad scene...wonderfully captured ...and I agree with the others..the beautiful red flowers finish it off perfectly

Sara
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2007 12:19AM
A powerful image, well composed.

regards
Ken
POOCHIE 15 21 6 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2007 8:24AM
Very nicely taken, perfect light.

Pooch.
Joline Plus
15 37 59 United States
11 Aug 2007 10:58PM
Wonderfully composed. Makes one wonder about the geraniums, obviously some descendants still care. That is reassuring.
piccy 15 8 Wales
12 Aug 2007 8:59PM
Nice perspective.
Freda
csr 14 3 England
12 Aug 2007 10:34PM
Nice composition
chris
shortski 15 3 1 England
14 Aug 2007 10:24PM
emotive and wonderful image

'Old girl'...jojo
John_Humphreys 15 69 2 Ireland
19 Aug 2007 11:01AM
Somebody still remembers poor Private G. Ireland. How much Europe has changed for the better since the dark days of the early part of the 20th century. John

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