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Description
English: Widow and children statue, Melbourne War Memorial.
Date Photo:2005
Statue: 1998[1]
Source Own work (Photo by uploader)
Author Photo: User:Fir0002
Statue: Louis Laumen (b. 1958).
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Taken by Fir0002, flagstaffotos.com.au

Camera Details:
Camera: Canon 20D
Lens: Tamron SP AF28-75mm F/2.8 XR Di

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