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War Memorial

By shinysheff
This photograph is of the war memorial for men an officers of Norton Parish who fought in the first world war. It stands outside St James church Norton Sheffield. It was taken in Infra Red using a 720nm filter.

Tags: General Ir Monument Sheffield Memorial Infra red World war 1

Voters: Stenk, gwynn56, jdinne and 1 more


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Stenk 9 6 England
5 Jun 2012 9:17PM
Any reason why you chose to use infra red?, for me the best bit of the infra red is the right hand side edge going out of the picture and your eye is drawn to that rather than the memorial, which gets a bit lost at the top as it is a similar tone to the trees in the background. Also the bit of brightness in the gap in the wall on the left also draws your eye.

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6 Jun 2012 12:38AM
No not really. I had the filter still on from taking shots of the church. I do see what you mean though now.

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