Above the courtyard to either side are long cloisters containing the Roll of Honour a series of bronze plaques naming the 102,000 Australian service men and women killing in conflicts.
The entire long wall of the western gallery is covered with the names of the thousands who died in World War I. The eastern gallery is covered with the names of those who died in World War II and more recent conflicts.
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baclama (18501) 2012-11-07 9:12
une superbe perspective...
les touches de rouge egayent la photo
bien vu et bien fait!
JPlumb (3159) 2012-11-07 9:34
Hello Zbigniew, you can not stand where you did to take this photo without being in absolute awe of what it represents. You have done a very good job in your capture of this image, your perspectives very well seen and produced. You've brought back some strong memories for me here. Thanks, enjoyed! John
rbassin (19902) 2012-11-07 10:16
La perspective est superbe avec les lignes angulaires et la lumière venant de droite.
L'ensemble plutôt gris est relevé par les bandes rouge intéressantes, ce qui est un plus.
krzychu30 (15510) 2012-11-07 14:04
swietna prezentacja tego Monumentu upamietniajacego ofiary I i II Wojny Swiatowej.Trudno dobrac odpowiednie slowa,kiedy widzimy ta dluga sciane z wyrytymi malutkimi literami nazwiskami ofiar.Natomiast ciekawie i ladnie wygladaja te powtykane kwiaty dla uczczenia ofiar.
SnapRJW (31627) 2012-11-07 21:00
Hello Zbigniew - As the 11 November approaches (Poppy Day, a day of remembrance for the fallen of WW1 & WW2), this is a most appropriate shot. Not only that, but you have a really well composed and slick image here. The simple uncluttered lines of perspective lead to the solitary lady and the sculpture and the rows of red poppies against the black have a super colour impact. Beautiful light too. Very well done. Kind regards Rosemary
grebe1 (384) 2012-11-07 23:39
A wonderful and timely shot. Love the muted colours and light as well as the perspective. Keep on Clicking!
livermore (1629) 2012-11-08 2:33
Belle composition toute en perspective avec cette touche de rouge qui ressort parfaitement.
dkmurphys (52639) 2012-11-08 6:18
Very fine perspective line of that memorial structure. I like the angle and the red spot of colors. Well seen!
maria-v1981 (10932) 2012-11-09 8:37
Excellent shot, very creative work. Good reminder for all of us. Very good composition I like so much the red blood poppies on the wall.
Have a nice weekend,
MadelinaVizoso (64) 2012-11-10 7:21
adores (40916) 2012-11-13 16:41
It's an impressive place and you have chosen a perfect pov to show it! I really like the wall in diagonal, with the red flowers.
Great to include the lonely lady in background, maybe looking for some name!
CanmoreKevin (2111) 2012-11-21 15:17
Nice capture. The poppies are a real standout. I love the depth and the lone figure.
aliabazari (16053) 2012-11-24 20:17
Hi Zbigniew Dear
The components of this image are combined very well together. Exposure and depth are excellent. There are well my friend.
Thanks for visiting
smash2707 (3320) 2012-12-01 7:49
I love this one, too. Nice perspective and depth. Well cropped. Love the color contrast. Nice composition with the lady to give us a better idea of the length. TFS
mayjayne (4505) 2012-12-08 4:54
A very meaningful composition. I like your chosen Perspective at the opportune moment with the solitary figure in white. The red accents work well to compliment the composition.
ebingul (1962) 2012-12-14 14:14
I liked this shot very much.Fantastic perspective and DOF in a very pleasent composition.Beautiful contrast between grey and red.Well done,TFS and best regards.
Bluejeans (64249) 2013-01-25 5:20
Boa diagonal com este memorial dos soldados da II Guerra Mundial , gostei dos detalhes das flores vermelhas em contraste com o ferro , boa profundidade de foto , parabéns!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
- Copyright: Zbigniew Kalinowski (fotka) (3937)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-09-28
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ 28, Leica Vario-Elmarit 1:2.8-4.4/4.8-86.4
- Exposure: f/3.0, 1/40 seconds
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- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2012-11-07 8:13
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