Sometimes I think I should stop taking photos for a year and just sort through the ones I've already taken. I spent six days in Hanoi some time back and took 4,000 photos. This was one from the Maison Centrale, better known as the Hanoi Hilton.
I'd forgotten about this image entirely until I ran across it tonight. It's as wide a view as I could get (nearly all at 28mm) of the memorial wall built inside the prison compound. To the right is a plaque... to the left is a guillotine. The figures are carved into the stone wall and the figures at the top end at the top, just the way you see them here... an inch or two above them is sky.
This was taken with a Pro 1 and I'm posting it to share with you and to remind myself that I really need to complete my Hanoi gallery.