a photo a day from germany's capital city
Definitely the black and white.
For me, the black and white.
I like both, actually, but the black and white speaks of the era, WWII, as there was no colour TV or film back then. However, I get the same feeling looking at both, wondering if they will ever find out whose grave it is.
I usually like colour but here I like the B&W best.
I think the color as the surrounding color dramatizes the gravestone.
Another one for the b&w.
Or just a child, six years of age? The end of the war ravaged the civilian population.Color vs. black and white depends on whether you are going for a period or contemporary look. Personally, I refer the color.
The grave was in the military section of the cemetery, leading me to believe this person was a soldier. But I'll take a closer look the next time I'm there.
Yes 1939-1945 is the war period.
I think I prefer the color on this one and agree with Lowell.
I prefer the b&w in this case...
I go for the color because that shows what it is without thinking to much about the period.
Death is always better in b/w. I don't know why.
Don't ask me: it's always color!
I think the b & w is suitable for the gravestone.
I tend to go for the color!
B&W, no doubt!
Given it's a very sombre image, I'll go with the b&w one.
The dates refer to the dates of the WW2 ...a soldier found and buried with no name.Sad.
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