|Object type||Black & white - Film original negative nitrate other|
|Photographer||Wilkins, George Hubert|
|Place made||Belgium: Western Front (Belgium), Ypres Area, Ypres|
|Date made||20 September 1917|
Soldiers running to take shelter from a heavy shellburst at Glencorse Wood in the Ypres salient. A print from this negative is held in the Wilkins papers at the Byrd Polar Research Centre, The Ohio State University Archives, and carries the following inscription in Wilkins' hand: ' A shell burst in a front line trench in France. This was the last picture I took that day for the next shell wrecked the camera". Wilkins was also wounded.