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Marlen Zenker


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  • Massimo Camocardi 4. November 2006, 10:49

    Composizione perfetta!
    Struggente immagine!
    Brava :-))
    max
  • Marlen Zenker 2. November 2006, 14:24

    West Arlington is a Memorial at Venice Beach in L.A. It is the style of the Arlington Cenetery in WASHINGTON D.C., a cemetery for the fallen soldiers in Vietnam War. Relatives and friends of fallen soldiers put the crosses in the sand... every day again. The red crosses count 100 fallen soldiers. To put a cross for every soldier would need much more space than they got from the life guards.
    The strange thing is that next to it is the Santa Monica Pier, a place of amusement with rollercaster and stuff like that.
    I made me thinking a lot.
  • Henk Auwema 2. November 2006, 9:13

    What is the story behind this? Works on ones nerves too.
    Pro or con, it keeps you thinking..

    Henk
  • Ulf Krüger 2. November 2006, 7:14

    Ein beeindruckendes Dokument!
    Viele Grüße -Ulf