Existing Member?

In Defence of a Treasure

My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited

As one travels the one road into Devonport they pass two long lines of trees on both sides of the road. Each tree was planted for an individual member of Devonport who gave their life during the war.  In front of each tree is a small white block with a copper plaque that has World War 2 inscribed along the top and the members name at the bottom. Shot at F5, shutter speed of 1/10sec, I.S.O 400mm with a focal length of 28mm.

NEW ZEALAND | Friday, 5 July 2013 | Views [182] | View Larger Image

As one travels the one road into Devonport they pass two long lines of trees on both sides of the road. Each tree was planted for an individual member of Devonport who gave their life during the war. In front of each tree is a small white block with a copper plaque that has World War 2 inscribed along the top and the members name at the bottom. Shot at F5, shutter speed of 1/10sec, I.S.O 400mm with a focal length of 28mm.

Add your comments

In order to avoid spam on these blogs, please enter the code you see in the image.
Comments identified as spam will be deleted.



< previous
5 of 5

Photo Galleries

Where I've been

My trip journals