April 25, 2014

Shot of the Day #83

In Australia today is a day of remembrance, reflection, and in particular reminding. ANZAC Day commemorates and honours all those that have previously and presently serve our nation. It is also an important day for New Zealand, as ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. However, over the years and wars following the First World War (the time ANZACs were established), ANZAC day has become more of a day for the community as a collective to come together and honour all our service men and women. For me personally, I find it hard to stay in touch with our service men and women because living in Melbourne we are so sheltered from regions of conflict, and it is too easy to forget. This is why ‘lest we forget’ we have ANZAC day and even more so places such as the Shrine of Remembrance, a place easily accessible by all, and a major cornerstone to our cityscape. These photographs were taken on Remembrance day last year at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, Australia.

Officer - The Shrine of Remembrance Melbourne

Officer – The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne

Details:

  • ISO 100
  • F 4.5
  • 1/350 secs
  • 70 mm
  • Sony a99
  • Carl Zeiss 24-70 2.8
  • Hand-Held
  • Post-Processing: Adobe Lightroom 4

Some more angles:

The Shrine of Remembrance Melbourne

The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne

Vistor - The Shrine of Remembrance Melbourne

Visitor – The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne

 

Australian Flag - The Shrine of Remembrance Melbourne

Australian Flag – The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne

 

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Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!

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