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J. Scott Coile27-Jun-2007 14:23
Guest 30-Apr-2006 22:01
The man on left looks like he is the story teller. Describing the group of people behind him... these pictures are very moving Sue.
Richard Calmes30-Apr-2006 17:49
This is a great shot Sue! A lot going on in this veteran's mind. Those around are in another world. I like the contrasts! Vote
Rob Rosetti26-Apr-2006 16:19
Excellent capture. Vote. Roberto
Guest 26-Apr-2006 14:25
Outstanding indeed. V
Craig Persel25-Apr-2006 23:27
Really outstanding. Vote.
Guest 25-Apr-2006 21:17
Just great, Sue. V
Guest 25-Apr-2006 21:09
Nice work -
Guest 25-Apr-2006 20:44
brilliant capture, love everything about this shot, a nostalgic feeling too in it.great work Sue.
Guenter Eh25-Apr-2006 20:25
Wonderful and classical document of ANZAC day! Thanks for the emotions with this image!
wernere0125-Apr-2006 19:32
Great shot, great expressions. And sepia gives it an old time touch that fits so well here.
Marie-Hélène Raletz25-Apr-2006 18:21
This looks like a still photograph from a movie.
Superb lighting and toning.
Guest 25-Apr-2006 18:19
Great image - I love the parade of generations. He has a very misty eyed look, as if he can see the past in front of him. Superb. Voted
BAS Photography25-Apr-2006 17:59
Amazing shot! GMV!
De'Carr Studio25-Apr-2006 17:25
Simply exquisite,
Guest 25-Apr-2006 17:04
What a beautiful picture, Sue ....... This is no doubt one of the best. Excellent work.
Ken McColl25-Apr-2006 13:56
Thanx Sue. I am never ever disappointed when I visit your galleries. Your simple but emotive treatment is a lesson for us all. There is a wonderful layering of concepts here, depicted by the thoughtful old digger and the vibrance of youth. Voted without hesitation. .... P.S. At school today where I teach in Bangkok, I put up a little Australian flag. Regards KMc
David Clunas25-Apr-2006 13:31
One of the best I've seen! I can say no more but vote!
Guest 25-Apr-2006 12:23
a haunting tribute to people who struggled strongly...
Guest 25-Apr-2006 12:14
Phenomenal shot! It feels like a memory.Wonderful retro attitude of honor and sentimentality.Prime!~
Yvonne25-Apr-2006 12:04
Gosh, that old fellow has a few rows of medals! Superb shot, sepia is just right.
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