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#PhotoFriday: The Glorious Dead at Peace.

It’s #PhotoFriday! Today’s image, “The Glorious Dead at Peace” features Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, France.

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The Glorious Dead at Peace

Caterpillar Valley Cemetery is located just west of Longueval, France. In the autumn of 1918 a small cemetery was created at this site containing 25 graves. It was not until after the Armistice in November 1918 that this cemetery was greatly enlarged to accommodate the graves of more than 5,500 officers and men who where brought from the battlefields of the Somme and from other smaller cemeteries to be interred here. The memorial and the cemetery was designed by the architect Sir Herbert Baker.

Lest we Forget

Hugh at ReClick Photo.

#PhotoFriday

Happy #PhotoFriday everyone! This week offering is “Multi-Coloured Midnight”.

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Multi-Coloured Midnight.

Taken from the Vauxhall Bridge, this is a view of Vauxhall, London, at midnight. Almost abstract due to the darkness, this image is one of the most popular images ever on my 500px profile. Why not check out the rest of my images over there? Here’s the link to my Profile – https://500px.com/reclickphoto. Enjoy! If you like any of my images they are available for license for re-use.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Hugh at ReClick Photo.

#PhotoFriday

It’s that time of week again, Happy #PhotoFriday everyone! Today’s offering is an image of an abstract sculpture designed by Thomas Heatherwick installed at Paternoster Square.

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The Paternoster Vents by Thomas Heatherwick.

This sculpture has a dual purpose, as well as providing a striking piece of modern sculpture for us to admire, it also serves as Ventilation for an underground electrical substation below!

If you think the name Thomas Heatherwick sound familiar, he was responsible for designing the quite outstanding Olympic Cauldron for the Olympic games held in London in 2012. I strongly recommend that you take a look at his other works, he is truly a design superstar!

If you like this image and you would like to see some more, why not take a look at my 500px profile (https://500px.com/reclickphoto) where you can licence my images for re-use!

Thanks for reading!

Hugh at ReClick Photo.