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  1. Fate

    Fate TPF Noob!

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    A few shots from a series i did on rememberance sunday today. A large crowd gathered outside worcester cathedral for the wreath laying and procession.

    Heres some shots, sorry if they arnt great quality, had to save for web.

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  2. Antarctican

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    Wonderful series, Fate. The expression on the face of the man in #3 is especially interesting to me...vaguely sad, seems to be looking off in the distance or perhaps remembering fallen comrades.

    ~~~I've just come from the Remembrance Day service in Toronto...it was very moving, and well-attended. [And TPF's Airic was in the fly-by missing man formation!]
     
  3. Chris of Arabia

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    Nice series. The subject I think is rather more important than the quality. Looking at #9, I find it difficult to believe that I must have appeared that young when I was in uniform, much less those who never came home to parade anywhere.
     
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    Killer series. For some reason I really like how 4 of the soldiers are staring you down in #9.
     

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