We met a WWII vet that survived that day. Though at 90 yrs old now, it sometimes feels like yesterday to him.

Heartbreaking tribute…

A Heartbreaking Tribute. Nine thousand silhouettes were hand drawn in the sand on the Normandy beach to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died on June

On Peace Day, September 21, 2013, 9,000 human figures were drawn on a beach in Arromanches, France to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died during D-Day, June 6, 1944. The installation, called “The Fallen,” was organized by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss of Sandinyoureye. More than 500 volunteers used stencils to draw the figures on the beach. The installation was swept away a few hours later by the tide.

The Fallen, 9,000 Human Figures Drawn on Normandy Beach to Commemorate D-Day Dead

The Fallen 9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day "The Fallen" by Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley

Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss.  9,000 silhouettes etched in the sand at Normandy, to commemorate D-Day

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The Fallen 9000 at Normandy. British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss etched silhouettes in the sand to commemorate D-Day.

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day - My Modern Metropolis

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day

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9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation

'' The Fallen by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation sept 2013

As many of you know, Andy Moss is in his final stages of life unfortuantely. He and his wife are both fighters and have been hopeful and optimistic but they know the reality that awaits Andy at this time. While we know Andy is going to a better place, Leyla is still faced with impending medical...

As many of you know, Andy Moss is in his final stages of life unfortuantely. He and his wife are both fighters and have been hopeful and optimistic but they know the reality that awaits Andy at this time. While we know Andy is going to a better place, Leyla is still faced with impending medical...

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9,000 Stenciled Sand Silhouettes on Normandy Beach

This past weekend British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss accompanied by numerous volunteers, took to the beaches of Normandy with rakes and stencils in hand to etch silhouettes representing fallen people into the sand. Titled The Fallen the pi

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Artists Jaime Wardey and Andy Moss Remember Normandy For Peace One Day.  Titled "The Fallen 9000" If It's Hip, It's Here

The Fallen - visual representation of 9000 people drawn in the sand which equates the number of Civilians, Germans Forces and Allies that died during the D-day landings, June during WWII. By Jamie Wardly and Andy Moss.

Jamie Wardley y Andy Moss realizaron un homenaje a los caídos durante el Día D en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, grabando sus siluetas en la playa de Normandía

Jamie Wardley, un homenaje a los caídos

Several hundred volunteers sculpted human figures on Arromanches beach in France, honoring the victims who fell on D-Day & at Normandy.

A l’occasion de la journée internationale de la paix, le 21 septembre dernier, les deux artistes anglais Jamie Wardley et Andy Moss (aidés p...

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Tom Bolland joined by Dan Metcalf using the stencils

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