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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2013 7:29PM
like this super B/W study.. wonderful sentiment

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Eviscera Plus
9 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2013 10:21PM
Its a great diversion from your technical studies Nick..

Plain , simple and meaningful with a heart thrown in , makes a big diff Smile
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
31 Mar 2013 12:40AM
Poignant indeed Nick.
Ron.
chase Plus
10 1.1k 246 England
31 Mar 2013 9:30AM
Less is more Nick,nice one.
No specs at the charity shop I'm afraid,I'll keep looking.
Nick_w Plus
8 4.2k 99 England
31 Mar 2013 10:42AM
Thanks everyone, and a big thanks Ron for the User Award
Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
31 Mar 2013 11:27AM
Well worked here Nick.
Regards Richard
derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2013 11:34AM
That casualty number is staggering Nick!

The composition 'reads' well and the lighting picks out the details nicely.
Derek.

Derek
Nick_w Plus
8 4.2k 99 England
31 Mar 2013 12:08PM

Quote:That casualty number is staggering Nick!


Yes when you realise it's over 44% of all those that served. By far the highest casualty rate of any of the forces, and there services weren't even recognised until a few months ago, due to the shame of the carpet bombing policy at Hamburg and Dresden (to name but two).
carper123 Plus
4 745 8 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2013 5:37PM
Fantastic work, Nick, of the highest quality, one your uncle, Fred would have been proud of.
Well done.
Darryl. SmileSmile

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