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Dianna Tilley


Free Member, thurmond

Welcome Home Soldier

A soldiers welcome home!

Comments 27

  • Daniel Wieser 09/27/2006 21:54

    contra
  • Maguire 09/27/2006 21:54

    its all been said... contra
  • Igor Flasz 09/27/2006 21:54

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  • don ricchilino 09/27/2006 21:54

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  • Peter. Gau 09/27/2006 21:54

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  • Claude Coeudevez 09/27/2006 21:54

    :-(
  • Ivano Cheli (1) 09/27/2006 21:54

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  • Rieva Azrul A 09/27/2006 21:54

    same as abdul
    contra...
    would u people try to suggest really GOOD pic to our gallery??
    i've seen a lot of pic which presently being voted for gallery is really usual pic and not good at all....
    please...
    think twice if u tryin' to suggest new pic..
    pick a really good one...

    regards
  • Abdul Khaliq 09/27/2006 21:54

    Same as Jaime
  • Jaime Crystal Attenborough 09/27/2006 21:54

    nice image and title but not gallery sorry contra
  • Patrick B. Parenteau 09/27/2006 21:54

    I always feel bad voting contra to an image when I know that the photographer and the person recommending it have an emotional bond with the shot. However, there a few reasons why I can't see this image in the gallery. First, is the frame because it dominates the shot. Secondly, the dog has it's tongue out. I know its because he is happy, but in this photo it is almost an anti-war gesture. The major fault, in my opinion, is that there is no eye contact between the dog and the soldier and the distance between the two subjects makes me wonder if this is his dog at all.
  • Costantinos Milonas 09/27/2006 21:54

    Sorry contra.
  • Frank Cecconi 09/27/2006 21:54

    Hero, yes; Gallery, no.
  • Theo Weijmer 09/27/2006 21:54

    contra
  • Willem van Altena 09/27/2006 21:54

    Sorry Wim but I prefer the original title which is more objective. After all, is every soldier automatically a hero? Or: is it necessarily bad to not be a hero?
    I also agree with some that, as a photo (so without the emotional backstort) this doesn't quite deliver.