Why I chose this photo: Photography catches the very core of things. This one shows the severity of war and it’s uncompromising loss.
Taken at the War memorial in Canberra, Australia.
About the Artist:
|Current Residence: Australia
Favourite photographer: Tracey Moffatt, Bill Henson, Nan Goldin
Favourite cartoon character: SpongeBob SquarePants
Favorite movies: The Rocky Horror Picture Show, American Beauty, Across the universe, Girl Interrupted
Favorite bands / musical artists: The Beatles,The Killers, The Presets, Cut Copy
Favorite writers: J.K Rowling, John Marsden
Tools of the Trade: Canon EOS 400D, polaroid one600 classic, Holga 120FN, Photoshop CS4
Other Interests: Photography, the beach, travel, fashion, polaroids
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