Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON
Today is Anzac Day, commemorating the 1915 landings by Allied troops at Gallipoli during World War I. Every year on 25 April, the Shrine of Remembrance plays host to one of the most moving Melbourne experiences, the Dawn Service. This shot shows not only the Shrine, but I've framed it deliberately. In the foreground, in silhouette, is a tree that holds mystical significance for the Australian nation and in the history of Gallipoli. It is a Turkish pine grown from a seed of the original Lone Pine from the battleground.