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Wissant II, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France

Fog of war: The Last Stand by Marc Wilson - in pictures

Photomonitor - Portfolio - The Last Stand: Landscape as a Witness to War - Marc Wilson

Golta Peninsula, Flotta, Orkney

Marc Wilson photographs remnants of war in The Last Stand

WW2 Coastal defences  Marc Wilson Newburgh I, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Fog of war: The Last Stand by Marc Wilson - in pictures

Coastal defences Marc Wilson Newburgh I, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Wissant

Wissant

The Last Stand, Marc Wilson - Atlas of Places

The Last Stand, Marc Wilson –––––– J Marc Wilson The Last Stand Text : Roy Exley – "Since 2010 Marc has been photographing the images that make up .

bunker WW II

Type Mammut Radar Antenne, Waringzelle, Nord Pas de Calais: Field Marshal Erwin Rommel ordered the second phase of building because he believed Germany could not resist an invasion of Europe were it not stopped at the beach

camouflage bunker      German bunker in La Boule (France). The painted windows were supposed to make the Allies think it was a house.

camouflage bunker German bunker in La Boule (France). The painted windows were supposed to make the Allies think it was a house.

KAGADATO selection. The best in the world. Architecture. **************************************

Bunker Archeology: picture taken by Paul Virilio from 1958 to 1965 - observation post on a channel island.

Dunkerque

Dunkerque

enochliew: “ Landscape as a Witness to War by Marc Wilson Along European coastline, unintentional monuments to past conflicts still stand. Built to keep foreign forces out during WWII.

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artpropelled: Mary Jo Hoffman

Beauty in Decay - skeleton leaf with intricate patterns & organic textures…

«Тень защитника отечества» — Фотографии — Esquire. Издание для умных и разборчивых мужчин

«Тень защитника отечества» — Фотографии — Esquire. Издание для умных и разборчивых мужчин

The Last Stand, photographed between 2010 and 2013 and currently made up of 44 images, aims to reflect the histories, stories and memories of military conflict. It documents some of the physical remnants of the Second World War on the coastlines of the British Isles and northern Europe, focusing on military defence structures that remain and their place in the shifting landscape that surrounds them.

Crammond Island, Firth of Forth, Scotland. 2012 The Last Stand photography series, Marc Wilson

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