Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Una excelente toma con unos conceptos inusuales para la época ....
the sepia on these old shots bring sthem alive...really dipicts the hardship of that time..
Qué foto más curiosa. Está retocada en extremo. Seguramente se uso para una publicación.
It looks like the photo has also been the victim of the Photoshopping of the day painting in the barbed wire.
^ Apart from the trees in the back, it does look quite unreal, doesn't it? Even the bodies. Weird.
so freakingly impressive. :O
Dead bodies always look weird. They fall into the most bizarre positions.
Still horrendous to see the results of this pointless war - these figures now buried and the barbed wire long gone
These are some of the best and most moving photographs I have ever seen. Respect to Frank Hurley.
“A head on rush of a machine gun post” What a preposterous waste of human life by appallingly unintelligent commanding officers. It was photos like this that brought unprincipled and thoughtless commanding officers to the attention of many.
All to try and gain a few yards from the Germans who counter attacked and took it back. Has there ever been a more ill advised and executed war than W.W.1?