black & white sunday: traces of the past

ireland
Edward Delaney’s “Famine”

The Great Hunger was a period of mass starvation, disease, and emigration

in Ireland between 1845 and 1852.

this image is being submitted in response to Lost in Translation’s photo challenge

8 Comments

    1. thanks Rajiv…I’m think the word today has multiple locations of famine…Africa, Middle East, North Korea…caused by war, religious intolerance, political posturing, and economic gain

    1. Thank you…so glad you like the way I edited this image…I thought that the darker contrast brought out the statue…sorta making a nonverbal statement…”traces of the past” in today’s world.

  1. Was this captured in College Green, opposite Trinity College in Dublin? Your photo gives it more texture than it already has. I love it.

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