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Copyright: serdar koc (kedo) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 26 W: 10 N: 0] (1296)
Genre: Places
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 1965-03-16
Categories: Artwork
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2006-09-22 6:00
Viewed: 1744
Points: 12
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Merhaba Serdar
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  • laine Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 355 W: 37 N: 107] (885)
  • [2006-09-22 6:05]

beautiful B&W
the tree and lonely graveplace under the tree very well pictured and titled.
excellent work, serdar!

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  • nomis Silver Star Critiquer [C: 16 W: 0 N: 5] (742)
  • [2006-09-22 8:08]

Simply beautiful. tfs.


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  • harpya Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6058 W: 174 N: 1935] (7534)
  • [2006-09-22 20:43]

Hi Serdar,

Beautiful visual, composition
wonderful and of great impact!
Congratulations for the work.


I'm not sure what the message is, here, Serdar. Is it pro- or anti-American? Is it simply a statement of regret at all that happened here? Is it a poignant reflection that, 40 years later, America is doing the same thing all over again?
Whichever, this is excellent composition, good moody tones, and the graininess really adds to the shot.
Well done

Merhaba Serdar,
1965 tarihi cok ilgi uyandirci.. hele ki vietnamdan olusu.. fotograf teknigi, agac ve mezarin (amerikali olsa idim) insanin icini parcalayan dramatik birlikteligi.. mezarin uzrinde kocamaaaan bir gokyuzu ve olu amerikan askerinin o gokyuzunde her neyse..
fotograf cok iyi ama... ben de rewshearer gibi anlayamadim acikcasi.. simdi sen bu fotograf ile... neyse ya...

Cihan Selcuk Eksi

Hello there,

You know it's a pity you didn't leave a note with such a 'brooding' photo... and especially since it has such a cryptic title, I mean it forces us to do a 'double take' on the image. For me, I've seen shots like this numerous times, and yet I never tire of them, but what struck my about this shot is the date/destination in the bottom right corner. I'd enjoy knowing more about this photo... I must say I'm dissapointed that you left no note. Other than that, great shot... I think that subtle grain is quite lovely... it adds a moody effect.


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