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'Happy Days' & 'Tragic' by William Ford

'Happy days' is me before I went to school and is of a time of long hot summer days, a time of beach combing, looking for pirate treasure on Blackpool beach, watching Punch and Judy, rock-pooling looking at the tiny crabs, turning rocks over, looking at star fish and tiny little fish darting and nibbling at mine and my brothers toes, listening to the sea lap up on the beach and leaving ripples on the sand. I realise the sea and the coast is a place where I am happy, relaxed and content and I made an assumption that all people would feel the same way, but as I am a visual and audio person I like many other have watched images of war and have felt repulsed. I say thank you to those who fought for my freedom but I acknowledge and realise that a beach could be hell and would not be a happy, jolly and relaxed place to see a close friend or colleague maimed or blow-up. War continues in desserts and beaches. My image to reflect this is 'Tragic' Tragic is one of a pair. It is the ying, the yang, the positive, the negative, the right, and the wrong.

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