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This image speaks without words,
the sound of a thousand tears of sorrows and suffering, releasing our compassion within.

Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon 70-300m

Subject was taken at St Annes Wells Garden in Hove , Sussex. This man was in true despair, as i could hear him sob, only to see him run off in the cold before I could reach him.

Featured Image in BENCHES


benches, dispair, england, human suffering, man, park, people, photojournalism, sussex, winter

A photograph is seen with the eye, Created in the mind and Felt in the heart.

These are the moment I try to capture and share with you.

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  • Dmarie Frankulin
    Dmarie Frankulinover 5 years ago

    WOW…excellent capture…makes you think when you look at this photo!!! Either he is troubled, in deep thought, warming his ears…many thoughts can go through your mind when looking at this photo. Well done!!!

  • Thank you for the great comment and interesting take. He was not warming his ears, but maybe he was counting the ants in the snow hahahaha

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  • KatsEye
    KatsEyeover 5 years ago

    What a sad capture. I agree with Dawn. So many thoughts and not sure which one is right or wrong. Great job.

  • Thank Kats, yes it is thought provoking, it really depends on a personal frame of mind, personal experiences and connection to others feelings

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  • Robert Goulet
    Robert Gouletover 5 years ago

    This is tres cool…at first glance I thought it a selective colour shot. One can definately connect with the subject:)))

  • Merci DFS , no it is not selective colouring, but a straight shot, bar adding a little contrast

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  • jansnow
    jansnowover 5 years ago

    Excellent image CJ, it’s very compelling, and everyone can put their own take on it. This is so well captured, I’m amazed at the feelings that come up for me:-)

  • Many thanks, but I know exactly what you mean

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  • Krys Bailey
    Krys Baileyover 5 years ago

    Great use of the selective colour and this so fits the title! I see you’ve been making the most of the badly gritted roads, rofl! ;o)

  • Many thanks Krys, yep I love badly gritted roads hehehehe

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  • Rosalie Scanlon
    Rosalie Scanlonover 5 years ago

    Excellent capture, wonderful display of the human condition

  • Many Thanks Rosalie

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  • SofaKingWeird
    SofaKingWeirdover 5 years ago

    WOW! I feel like that today. I just wish I could produce something this good. Great shot CJ.

  • Awwww poor Troy, don’t let yourself go down, remember there will always be sunny days in everyones life.

    The shot was poor luck

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  • Susanne Correa
    Susanne Correaover 5 years ago

    this is awesome C ! what a beautiful capture

  • Thank you for your appreciation, glad you liked the image

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  • Tatiana R
    Tatiana Ralmost 5 years ago

    Oh what a capture! Excellent work! Can you please add a short description as per group rules and add it to the Benches group. cheers

  • Thank you Tatiana for the invitation to the Benches group and your lovley comment. I have taken your advice and invitation

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  • JacquiK
    JacquiKalmost 5 years ago

    Fantastic picture.

  • Thank you Jacqui your comment is appreciated

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