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War Weekend 2006, or something along those lines.

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by JonnyGLC, 29 May 2006.

  1. JonnyGLC

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  2. JonnyGLC

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  3. JonnyGLC

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    Comments are welcome folks! :D

    You can see the rest of the photos in the gallery at my website, click my sig to go to it!
     
  4. philio16

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    where was this? some great shots! I feel like the really capture the period...even if it is 60 years later :)
     
  5. JonnyGLC

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    It was at some church in Rawtenstall, really secluded place in the middle of nowhere :p
     
  6. mrk

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    The colour reminds me of dads army and they are very sharp! looks like something you'd see in the gallery section of a war films website!
     
  7. JonnyGLC

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    All were taken with the 70-200 F/4 L mate :p

    And uh, yea.. They were actually acting out a scene from dads army :p Seriously!
     
  8. AndyBorzi

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    "You stupid boy...!" :p

    Great pictures...love them all especially the priest.
     
  9. themask70

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    Wow, amazing pics mate :)
     
  10. Johnny|lucidcomposure

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    Really nicely captured images those mate. Like the composure on them and the desaturation really gives them a touch of the old.
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  11. Mohain

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    Great pics. I agree with F11 about the destauration, nice touch :)