Photographic Print. Portrait of Caribbean man in Rhododendrons of the Westfield War Memorial Village Gardens.
I enjoy photographing people who have an interesting face and a sense of mystery about them. This is a man originally from St Vincent in the Caribbean, amongst lush Rhododendrons, with a serious askance look. The Westfield War Memorial Village is a living memorial to those who made a sacrifice in World War One. Tree lined avenues beautifully laid out, drawing towards soldier statues on a central island. The local architect Mawson had lost his youngest son in the War and wanted to create a community for the families of injured men. The land was donated by the Storeys, money raised by the local community and the village was officially opened in 1924 for ex-service residents. I like the way the white spots on his shirt became almost star like in the shadow of the midnight blue.
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