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Republic of Councils Monument
10-NOV-2012

Republic of Councils Monument

This monumental sculpture is titled “Republic of Councils Monument” and was cast in bronze in 1969 based on a 1919 revolutionary poster. I liked this capture with the tourist in it (unlike usual!) as she gives an idea of the enormous size of this piece.

Nikon D700 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
1/80s f/10.0 at 42.0mm iso200 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Peter Sussex24-Nov-2012 23:42
Fine capture, fine scaling, V
Apostolos Tikopoulos20-Nov-2012 22:12
Beautiful statue photo, with fine details. v.
Paul L-R20-Nov-2012 12:18
There's a tremendous sense of scale and energy to this, Helen..V
Stephanie12-Nov-2012 09:34
Most definitely larger than life! V
Zoltán Balogh11-Nov-2012 15:01
Superb capture! V
Tom LeRoy11-Nov-2012 10:50
Impressive monument, really is huge! A fine capture, Helen. V
J S Quesada10-Nov-2012 23:39
Impressive statue! And yes, I confirm my other comment ;-) V
Range View 10-Nov-2012 22:29
Wow, you certainly have captured this well showing the huge scale of the statue with the tourist in the frame. Excellent capture Helen. V
Barbara
John Reynolds10-Nov-2012 19:31
The statue is huge! Well captured. V.
Gary A. Rich (GRainelev)10-Nov-2012 19:20
Terrific capture. You are right the tourist gives some scale to the statues. Nicely seen, Helen. V.
Jim Coffman10-Nov-2012 19:01
That is a big statue! Nice capture..
joseantonio10-Nov-2012 18:31
Great capture. The inclussion of that woman shows how bit it is...V.
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography10-Nov-2012 18:28
Good capture, Voted :)
bill friedlander10-Nov-2012 18:09
Nice shot of this impressive monument. The lady is only knee high showing how big it really is. V
John Hamers10-Nov-2012 17:37
Impressive monument ! The inclusion of the lady indeed gives a idea of the dimensions ,great shot Helen V !!