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American Merchant Marine Monument

American Merchant Marine Monument

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Phil Douglis23-May-2008 17:36
By taking the sculpture out of the context of its surroundings, you have made it seem more real. Even though we know we are looking at art, the tension of a life saving moment is jolting to the senses. You suspend disbelief in this image, making someone else's art into your own.
Roe..21-May-2008 13:30
wow..this is soooo moving..excellent composition
Jay Levin20-May-2008 01:22
A very powerful image, Jenene. Thanks for sharing this.
Ray :)17-May-2008 18:06
That's an amazing monument Jenene. It looks from here as if it could easily be missed.
Sue Robertson16-May-2008 01:01
I have a photo of this!.. A very old one. :) It is quite amazing isn't it?
Ali Majdfar15-May-2008 08:09
Stunning capture, ~V
Cyndy Largarticha14-May-2008 07:26
Very powerful image. Nicely presented.
Ann LT14-May-2008 03:00
Wow! That is amazing. I thought it was real for a second.
Ian York13-May-2008 16:55
what a very moving piece of work
Cindi Smith13-May-2008 15:48
Wow! I thought it was a body at firsst. Wow! What a riveting shot! Very powerful.
JD13-May-2008 11:42
Agree with Kent. The choice of composition works well to give life to this shipwrecked.
shatterbug13-May-2008 05:21
Your composition really brings this to life...we feel anguish and frustration from inanimate objects!