This was taken in Berlin at a memorial to those who died during the war. It shows a colourless statue of a mother grieving over her dead child. The stark, cold, empty room gives the viewer a sense of the emptiness that the mother feels. The colour, blurred movement and lack of acknowledgement of the mother and child by the people in the foreground gives the impression that the world is oblivious to the grief that this mother feels, and in a way doesn’t care. It carries on regardless, which adds to the mournful tone of this image.
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