Interesting! Those vans appear to be from France, possibly (my French is poor, but I know comite is committee, and the full name of the RC is the International Committee of the Red Cross, which is headquartered in Geneva), or some other Christian country. Where's the location of the picture?
Thanks for the hint - I don't know who the others are, but the one I can identify is the crux figure in the burning wagon, in the distant centre of the picture!
Thanks very much for your compliments, GoatJr. As you say, a number of your pictures appear to be interesting explorations of the effects of light and darkness. Whilst my dA gallery was deleted in the purges last year, Cruxforums member phill87 had the foresight to preserve everything in the 'inter-planetary file system' archive. Thanks to him, the pictures are stored in alphabetical order, and they can be seen via this link.Thanks Bob ... the stars were an after thought . I love playing with the light . Not always successful but sometimes it just come together , sometimes not ... as always you make it larger than life , thanks for the input . Your work is superb here and on DA ...
Readily identifiable to Barb and the rest of us is Caprice, in an uncharacteristically modest pose. All of the girls seem to have faces with subtle, digital overpainting to change their expressions to ones of collective apprehension. This is quite appropriate in view of the enthusiastic bidding, and the range of poses is perfect for this auction scene.That’s me … second from right, thinking to myself that there’s no way I’m going to spread myself like that!