Craters of the war

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  1. aurelyla12

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    Nice shots, i like the tones in the second and the pov in 3&4, looks like a very interesting place :thumbup:
     
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    Number 3 is my favorite.
     
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    Great shots. Must have been quite a place to see
     
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    The whole set is beautiful, but the 4th is my favourite.

    All your photos of late have been quite interesting to me as in school we just finished WWI regarding the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine as well as battles such as what occured at Vimy Ridge. Thanks :)
     
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    Nice series. I like how you caught the mass of that monument in #4.
     
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    Nice series.

    Eric
     
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    thanks a lot for your comments!

    :thumbup:
     
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    nice shots..


    lest we forget (Winston Churchill)
     
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    this is an amazing place. I've visited there a couple times and always am taken aback by the solemnity of the place.
    beautiful tribute to the people who fell there.
    2, 4 and 6 are my faves here...nice saturation and compo in #4.:D
     
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    These are great, the 2nd is my fav. I've learned a lot about this place in school, and I really hope I get the chance to go see it one day (if I ever get over to Europe... :( )
     
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    i didn't think that vimy was learned in school
    alsace, lorraine, verdun.... yes, but vimy....
    i'm happy to learn it!
    yes it's a very special place, when you know the horror that happened here, and the craters are very impressive!
     

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