My uncle, Tony Bramham, is a very talented artist and this is a photo I took recently for him of his mixed media, paint and pencil drawing that he produced to commemorate the D Day landings 65 years ago today when so many soldiers lost their lives on the beaches of Normandy.
The original drawing is about 3 feet tall by 2 feet across (90cm x 60cm) so it's difficult for this small scale photo to do justice to the detail contained in the original.
The red poppy that you can see in the drawing is the flower used in the UK to remember those who lost their lives in both world wars and in other conflicts since.
Like what you see here and are interested in photographic composition?.....the blog section of my website now has a complete set of 5 articles covering my personal approach to the subject: Ian Bramham Photography - Blog
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157 mm (35mm equiv.)