Let The Light Shine (Manchester, UK) by RodS ()
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May the light of justice and comfort shine for those suffering loss in the latest outrage.
What kind of filth makes war on children??
In other news...
I'm in a short hiatus at the moment - hope to get back to commenting in a day or two. I'm doing a bit of re-arranging in my studio, in preparation for my retirement this fall. I have a new computer ordered to replace my main Poser machine that bit the dust recently - I can't afford it, but I did it anyway... Hopefully the new machine will be here soon. I hope to post a new "Behind The Scenes" update on YouTube this weekend with more info.
In the meantime, I hope you will join me in thoughts and prayers for our friends in England.
Be well, stay safe, and have a great Memorial Day weekend.
Image Comments (22)
Lovely tribute, Rod. I just can't believe so much hate for the world and people's activities. Guess it's hard to say where one can go for a movie, concert, parade, marathons or any other enjoyment without wondering if it will be ok attending any shows. Had to do a tribute myself. My heart and prayers go out for the victims families.
Beautiful post, Rod. My comment's late as I missed this. Glad to hear you're getting that new computer. I'm considering one to get into 64 bit work with more RAM. Hope to get better and faster work done with one. Let me know how your new computer turns out! :-)
We are so saddened about the carnage that keeps happening in our world today! If your religion call for killing than it is not a religion but terror. What horrors have been done in the name of God and Allah! Well that is all the ranting I will do today. Love you tribute! Hugs👍👏💕
man, I've commented on more images than I thought (you don't know how relieved that makes me feel, after all the comments you've left me!)
Your photo is beautiful, with that special radiated light converging on those beautiful leaves. It really looks like a memorial. I did a piece on the middle ages recently (for a member), and as I researched, I was so struck at how brutal that age was. Life was worth nothing---if you weren't royal or rich, you were subject to annihilation at the drop of a hat. Aside from plague and other diseases, marauders could come by anytime, and there was often no justice to speak of, no one to help you rebuild, nothing to protect you; and if a family made it through a mere winter intact, it was amazing. But here we are in the 21st C, and we're still living with the same unbridled rage and violence---as if nothing has changed. With all our protections---totally unheard of in ages past---we're still subject to marauding and terror. Makes one wonder if the real darkness in the human soul has changed, despite the protections we've build for ourselves. A beautiful memorial for a terrible event.
(Well I'm at an hour, and I've only done 6 images! See how slow I am? Part of it is, I have to edit every comment because my first drafts are un-readable; so it takes me forever. I'll comment on your latest now, but if I only did 7, at least you'll know I spent time with them...)