Nice shots! Happy and much fun while looking at it. 🙂
Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here.
Looks like a big celebration. 🙂 Love that photo with the field full of red flowers. I’ve been wondering about that pink pin I’ve been seeing on the news anchors on BBC. What’s it for? 🙂 Have a nice Wednesday and thanks for linking to my WW post.
It’s a Poppy to comemmorate Armistice Day (the accepted end of WW1). Red for the blood of the Lost; black to mourn the need for War and the loss of loved ones; green for the soldiers who fought for our freedom. The red flowers are live poppies.
The ceremony in the photos is the Remembrance Sunday Parade – a tradition in towns up and down UK since 1919 (held on November 11th from 1919 to 1945, then moved to the sunday nearest the 11th, then from 1995 some comemmoration occurs on both dates – with the Sunday getting the bulk of the attention).
ahhh. now i get the whole context of the collage. 🙂 i had a feeling it had something to do with armies or wars (because of the last photo). thanks for the explanation. really appreciate it.
Wonderful pictures! I, especially love the field of flowers and the grave headstones. Job well done, my friend!
A fabulous series of photos.
Makes you get a lump in the throat.
You must have been bursting with pride! ;D
In the U.S., 11 November is now called Veterans Day to salute those living and dead who have fought in our militaries.
«Louis» thanks you for linking with his Wordless Wednesday.
a beautiful collage to honour a special day.
lovely picture of the field of poppies.
A beautiful moment, too. I especially love the poppy field. Beautiful flowers and full of such deep meaning.
Reaching out to my Wordless Wednesday community! I just started a Facebook Group called Mommy Bloggers Share and wanted to reach out to you. I’m always looking for great ways to connect to other mommy bloggers and see what other moms are writing about. I hope you’ll join me and share your own posts as well.
See you there!
Wonderful collage! LOVE the poppy field and graveyard. You must have been proud. Thanks for the explanation of the poppy buttons.
Great photos! I would be very proud too.
Those pictures are wonderful and the flowers took my breath away!
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