A sculpture in London celebrating the work the women of Britain undertook during WW2. Let’s face it, the country couldn’t have done without them during those six years. This was taken in 2005…I think.

Straight black and white conversion with levels and contrast adjustment.

Canon EOS 20D / Canon USM 28mm-105mm lens. (Yes, I’ve had the same camera for about 6 years now and the lens even longer!)


women, war, world war two, james leader, squarepeg, black and white

I’ve been taking photographs since 1997 and I still love it. After a brief dislike of photomanipulation I now use Photoshop extensively on a majority of my work. People are my favourite subject and I’m always on the look out for new models, so drop me a line if you’re interested! :)

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