• Steve Evans PRO 9y

    great image... i like this.
  • jonmatthewphotography Thanks for 1 million views 9y

    Wow this is very powerful. I have been to the Houston (where I live) Holocaust museum and have seen many pictures similar to this. Some disheartening more then this capture. It is part of our history and I think this is a bold way to show how society can be harmful to eachother. I am glad you shared this glimpse into a dark part of our past. Bless you- Jonathan

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  • Frizztext PRO 9y

    maybe this photo is a MUST in a list of an
    iconography of modern times
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  • igorax 9y

    ...holocaust, very hard subject for me.
    great idea, well taken. [TWTME]
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  • Micky** PRO 9y

    This is heartbreaking.....
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  • borealnz PRO 9y

    What a moving and touching image, so powerful yet so sad.

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  • Isy e Mαrkos 9y

    Very touching!
    But beautiful...

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  • Carmen Martínez Torrón PRO 9y

    Impressive.. you touch my heart.
  • Alberto PRO 8y

    So powerful. Touching
  • fotos-de-alejandra 8y

    Please write the story behind your wonderful photo before you add..thankyou!
  • Frizztext PRO 8y

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  • Francesca Rimini, Italy 8y

    strong photo...congrats! A fave!
  • dalva 8y

    Seul le silence convient à cette image.
  • Lauren PRO 8y

    I saw the shoes at the Holocaust Memorial in Washington DC - very sad image, especially when you see the small shoes of children. There are woolen booties, saddle shoes, patent-leather, all so pathetically little. I also feel despondent when I see all the beautiful women's heels - you imagine the pride the owners must have felt when they wore them.
  • <-tyler-> 8y

    one pair of those shoes could have belonged to the person who could have invented a cure for cancer, or maybe aids. wow. what an awful feeling
  • Paris-émoi PRO 7y

    image très forte. la désaturation renvoie pour moi à la petite fille au manteau rouge dans "la Liste de Schindler"...
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