Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

Friendship

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Friendship is stronger than war.

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40 thoughts on “Friendship”

    • Alas children can be cruel too, Roxie. Just think of the bullying at school, which seems to happen a lot.
      Let the innocent, warm and pure of heart lead, whether young or old.

  1. Wow, that’s friendship and peace. I think you must send this photo to the newspaper or a challenge. I bet you’ll get the first place. Grat work, Marion :)

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    • When I chanced upon this scene, I grabbed my camera, mumbling ‘keep playing, kids!’ the whole time. Fortunately, they did.

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  7. Great image. Here you have two (or three depending on how you look at it) subjects that are incompatible with one another combined to create a photographic gem. The black and white contrast of the tank further heightens the differences between war and children/child‘s play.

    • I was triggered by the innocence of these playing siblings – friends – symbol of peace, and the token of war, towering over them. But they were completely unaware of it.

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  11. Your featured photo at the top of your post grabbed my attention and compelled me to find out what was happening to the children. I was relieved to find them playing and not running for their lives.

    Nice photo, well done!

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