Part of the Memorial Park, Sandakan Sabah/Borneo, established in memoriam of over 2000 Australian and British POW’s who died while in captivity during WW2. Only 6 survived the notorious Sandakan death marches. This is on the site of the actual POW camp and is now well maintained with great dignity by the local people of Sabah.
This silohette panel is part of the “Lest We Forget” window panels in the pavillion. Behind the “cut-out” of the flower was tropical foliage, of which has been adjusted for colour, hue, and saturation in PS.
Other associated images