I recently returned from France and the Western Front where I was taking a series of photographs for an upcoming project. I have uploaded one image to the site already to give you a taste and will include more over the coming weeks. If there was one impression I got, especially at Fromelles, it was that most of these places were flatter than a billiard table. There didn't seem to be anywhere you could go to escape the deadly hail of lead. It certainly added a whole new perspective to what these men went through.
I also met the family of W.A Jamieson, who had his name added to the Fromelles cemetery.
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