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  • Tiznar
    Tiznarover 3 years ago

    There are many pictures of these but they do not hve the soul of your work.

  • perhaps they tend not to capture ruined figures… thank you so much!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • mmargot
    mmargotover 3 years ago

    Agree with above.
    I feel like a simpleton : previously saw these as an amazing art and archeaological find, but the question was always there and so obvious…

  • I had a strong feel that nothing changed and never would…

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Jazzdenski
    Jazzdenskiover 3 years ago

    The massed ranks of the masses, but each one itself.

  • Ulrikeart
    Ulrikeartover 3 years ago

    great capture …..

  • Thank you, Ulrike! I just wanted it to illustrate the previous one.

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • RickGeorge
    RickGeorgeover 3 years ago

    a haunting message…

  • it is, Richard. high time to get used to it but it seems like we never will

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • athex
    athexover 3 years ago

    Oh yes again very well done

  • Thanks, Alan!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonover 3 years ago

    Excellent capture….very thought provoking and powerful.

  • Much appreciated, Wendy! Glad you’ve commented so kindly.

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Naia
    Naiaover 3 years ago

    humans
    why?

  • true… we never change

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • VallaV
    VallaVover 3 years ago

    Здорово! Будто живые, небольшая толчея даже есть!

  • и, как это бывает в жизни, кое-кто без головы))

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Irina Chuckowree
    Irina Chuckowreeover 3 years ago

    heard the other day a saying: “even kings are made of clay”
    we are so fragile, why do we want to kill each other deliberately?

  • just because we’re so fragile we send other to die for us

    – Nikolay Semyonov

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