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Just down the road from Auschwitz, even starker.

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auschwitz, digicrap, poland, wandb

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  • rochelle
    rochelleover 5 years ago

    oh dear! scary!

  • Caprice Sobels
    Caprice Sobelsover 5 years ago

    Such a powerful image that captures the intensity of the place so well! Great perspective used – seems to add to the drama of the place and history – gives the impression of endlessness! Great work!

  • Caroline Fournier
    Caroline Fournierover 5 years ago

    Brilliant!

  • jemimalovesbigted
    jemimalovesbigtedover 5 years ago

    great tones, perspective, atmosphere captured onetonne! amazing shot.

  • Jessica Andrews
    Jessica Andrewsover 5 years ago

    atmosphere in this is great…gives me shivers

  • sjem ©
    sjem ©over 5 years ago

    Are they going to keep it like this forever ?

  • When you say ‘like this’ do you mean rammajamma full of obnoxious children running about and so overcrowded it only makes you think of Disneyland? Because I expect so, it’s rather become a business.
    The thing is the new generations have less and less connection to it. Eventually we’ll feel as connected to it as the crusades, or the massacres that Genghis Khan enforced, which, for me personally, is none at all.

    – onetonshadow

  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyover 5 years ago

    Yes,, that is one intense place which I don’t really want to see again,, you could really carve the air with a knife there!! excellent capture, angle and tones, you’ve really captured it’s mood.

  • Elana Bailey
    Elana Baileyover 5 years ago

    A sombre mood to this awful place. You have captured it well. An instant fav. Well done.

  • JimFilmer
    JimFilmerover 5 years ago

    how an old fence can spark such emotions…very powerful image

  • flower68
    flower68over 5 years ago

    briliant photography.It almost comes alive and i feel a little sick.

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