Defender of the Revolution

© Joerg Schlagheck

Defender of the Revolution

Uploaded: April 12, 2009


A young soldier is assigned to guard old equipment that was used during the revolution, nearly 50 years ago.


Eugenio Diaz April 13, 2009

Really funny image!!!LOL! #1113228

Patrick Rouzes April 13, 2009

It is kinda funny but he does not seem to think so!!! LIke the intence & dramatic expression he is sporting,Joerg!!! Fantastic colors, detail, clarity, pov & comp also!!! Wonderful work again ,my friend!!! #7402335

Joerg Schlagheck April 13, 2009

Thank you my friends :)
Did you notice his hand is on the gun and he's staring my way? I shot first, but only with the camera ;) #7402531

Eugenio Diaz April 15, 2009

Well done, you shoot first...I can see it, Joerg..just careful with the Reds!!! they are too serious people!

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