Where The Kids Are

Input text: 1st 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide [stone] group. 1st boy is -2.3 feet in front of the group. he faces right. he leans left. 2nd 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide [stone] group is -2 feet right of the 1st group. 3rd 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide [stone] group is -2 feet right of the 2nd group. 4th 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide [stone] group is -2 feet left of the 1st group. 2nd boy is 1 feet right of the 1st boy. he faces right. 5th 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide [stone] group is -4 feet right of and -16 feet in front of the 3rd group. it faces northwest. a 40 feet tall and 40 feet wide fence is -4 feet right of and -31.6 feet in front of the 5th group. it faces northwest. a 6 feet tall soldier is 6 feet right of and 1.2 feet behind 1st boy. he faces the northwest. the camera light is antique gold.
Tags:  ##HD  #AsylumInAmerica 
Views: 153
Effects: Sharpen, Illustration
nheiges  (7/10/2018) 
Stark and hopeless. This imagery is such a perfect representation of/comment on the situation. One of the most affecting WE scenes ever!
Nanook  (7/10/2018) 
I take no pride in it and can only say that unfortunately we have one of the most disturbing administrations I have known in my lifetime and I was not a babe in swaddling clothes during Nixon's administration !! He (Trump) is not who we are, of that I am certain. I give it to God!
watcher570  (7/11/2018) 
great scene and statement!
watcher570  (7/11/2018) 
There was never a way out!
and now he is a young man

KAWE  (7/11/2018) 
a very very sad story
nheiges  (7/11/2018) 
It is really a low point in US history, and definitely the lowest in my lifetime. It is all playing out worse than I imagined the day after the election. I'm glad he ended the family separation policy, but so much damage has already been done! How will the families be reunited?? He equates being merciful - humane - to the most vulnerable people with being weak.
hedgehog1965  (7/12/2018) 
:-(
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