That is a powerful and moving sculpture. Thanks for sharing the photo, Wil.
What a wonderful photograph to go with this verse. Thanks for sharing both.
An entry that takes away breath, yet returns it as well, as there's hope to be felt, for life being stronger. Thank you very much for your participation. Please have you all a wonderful Sunday.
Very personal for you, I'm sure. Lovely words.So glad your daughter was spared the cyclone!
A very strong picture to this tekst.Wish you wonderful evening:-)
Such a painful monument to view. I know how strong your feelings are.I never knew a survivor personally but have read a lot about it. A sad time in history.
Very very strong, the monument, the verses, and your connection of them.
Man's inhumanity to man is such a tragedy. When will we all ever be able to rise above our failings as a species.
Very powerfully pictured. Yes, and there are so many dead...how long, O Lord, how long?
I'm pretty sure you heard my gasp of dismay over there as I read your comment. I do hope you are all right. What a scary thing Wil. Please stay safe.
I have seen sculptures in other similar memorials. Always a reminder of the futility of war.
A very powerful picture! Thanks for sharing it. Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog :-)I lived in Rotterdam from January-June of 1981, and worked at the Norwegian Seamen's Church in Het Park. Loved the city!
What a powerful and thought-provoking sculpture, thank you for sharing it.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Powerful and meaningful words and photo. They go well together.
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