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A section from Arlington West. An ongoing display of the casualties in Iraq to protest against the war in Iraq, and increase the public awareness regarding the military and political fallout of staying there. Each Sunday morning thousands of crosses, as the number of the fallen, for that day, are placed in the sand and volunteers are providing the public with up to the moment information on casualties plus individual stories on the fallen. This image was taken at memorial day 2007 as a tribute and memorial and as a cry for peace… Digitally manipulated image. Eyal Nahmias

Nikon D70
Processed in Photoshop CS4 to change only the colors to emphasize the visual meaning. No texture, cloning or other processes involved

Featured: Images of Endearment Group August 2011

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Consider this image as a companion

CONSIDER THESE T_SHIRST

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Comments

  • suerod
    suerodover 6 years ago

    more than enough no more

  • Bluemoonshadow
    Bluemoonshadowover 6 years ago

    Yes, one is one too many… very nice presentation~!!

  • Bluemoonshadow
    Bluemoonshadowover 6 years ago

    Yes, one is one too many… very nice presentation~!!

  • Carolyn Staut
    Carolyn Stautover 6 years ago

    This is a visual prayer………………Amen.

  • dogbreath
    dogbreathover 6 years ago

    powerful image… nicely done!

  • Deri Dority
    Deri Dorityover 6 years ago

    I love the symbolism in this. So well thought out.

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 6 years ago

    Powerful image fantastic work

  • salsbells69
    salsbells69over 6 years ago

    Poignant.

  • phil1950
    phil1950over 6 years ago

    Very powerful message. “War, what is it good for, absolutely nothing, friend only to the undertaker” – Edwin Starr – War

  • Eyal Nahmias
    Eyal Nahmiasover 6 years ago

    Thank you all.. I appreciate your support in the message and the purpose of this artwork..
    Carolyn, it is a visual prayer for me.. and hopefuly for others..
    derid.. thanks.. That was my purpose.. and I’m glad it comes through…
    Phil,
    What a wonderful quote…

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