Sunday, 11 January 2015

#Mysundayphoto // The Black and white photo project


- Plymouth Hoe War Memorial




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  1. Sights like this always take my breath away, what brave people. x

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    1. There are so many names on here, it definitely makes you stop and think about them.

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  2. We've just been there! Funnily enough for the very first time, I love the views out to sea. at least you have a sensible one on the steps, mine were all walking the walls.

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    1. No they were all over the walls and climbing where they shouldn't too. This was taken just after I told him to get down. :)

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  3. A very thought-provoking photograph and works beautifully in black and white.

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  4. Lovely shot, and it's great to teach our kids about those who have given their lives in the service of others.

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    1. I agree. Its great to teach the children about those you fought for us and gave us the life we had today.

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  5. such a marvellous shot especially in B&W. love it!

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  6. A very powerful image, made more so for being in black and white x

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    1. The memorial definitely makes you stop and think.

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  7. A stunning image, all the more so in black and white.

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    1. I thought the Black and white would match the mood of the memorial

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  8. Looks like an amazing place. The size of this monument I think rightly expresses what it represents, bravery! #MySundayPhoto

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    1. It is a massive memorial, too big to fit in a photo. Its more breath taking in real life.

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  9. Great photo, the fact it's in B&W adds to the atmosphere

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. I thought the black and white would fit the mood. Thank you for hosting! :)

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  10. wow this is stunning! .. what a really beautiful shot #bwphotoproject

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  11. Fantastic photo! Very though provoking x

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    1. Thank you Kim. The monument always makes me stop and think about the names engraved around the memorial.

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  12. Such a lovely monument, I think you have captured it wonderfully.xx

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    1. Thank you. Next time I'll try and get the entire memorial in. Its so tall.

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  13. Beautifully captured yet sobering image.

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    1. Thank you. It makes you sit and think when you are next to it.

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  14. looking gorgeous.. young man. :>

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  15. A fabulous shot - and that memorial is so imposing x

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  16. What a beautiful memorial, I love the way the black plaques stand out agains the white stone. #bwphotoproject

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  17. What a powerful image especially in monochrome. Beautiful too. Thank you so much for sharing with #bwphotoproject

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