Canadian memorial in Vimy (France)... by night...

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  1. aurelyla12

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    Oh my. Very nicely done!! It's tough to get good definition in the statue's robes, and in the brickwork, at night. You did a great job. I especially like the first one (with the shadows projected onto one of the walls), and the last one (it's stunning).
     
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    It always saddens me to look at stuff like this, as it reminds me of the one true hero I have, my Great Grandfather, Ernest Cooper. This is his record in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database - he was killed in the Kaiserschlacht in 1918. The address you see listed in his record is the house I was born in and his daughter (my Grandmother) is still alive though now in here early 90's.

    A bit of a hijack there, do really like the last shot.
     

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