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~11th November  Remembrance Day 2006~

~11th November Remembrance Day 2006~

I was working & unable to attend, but was able to see the service & hear the lone trumpet play from my desk, through the window & out onto the green where the memorial stands.

Canon EOS 350D
1/800s f/6.3 at 60.0mm iso100 full exif

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Brian with an Eye26-May-2008 07:54
This says it all. The debt we owe is beyond measure.
Guest 26-Nov-2006 22:59
Very nice Laine
Gary Winters26-Nov-2006 03:52
Excellent, Laine.
estralita12-Nov-2006 21:01
Beautiful tribute.... vote
Roe..12-Nov-2006 20:19
yes..we should never forget...Laine wonderful capture and tribute..
poochdad12-Nov-2006 18:23
nice chrysanths in warm colours.
Bryan Murahashi12-Nov-2006 17:13
Very nice photo of this tribute.
shatterbug12-Nov-2006 04:40
Fitting tribute, Laine.
petesie12-Nov-2006 03:30
Beautiful image and remembrance, Laine. It is also Veteran's Day here....a day of remembrance and gratitude.
Char12-Nov-2006 02:52
Beautiful shot Laine. Very thouching memorial. V
Cindi Smith11-Nov-2006 20:44
Very well done, Laine. Beautiful tribute for all those who have died.
Bill Ewart Jr11-Nov-2006 20:33
unable to attend but you did capture the essence here!
Coleen Perilloux Landry11-Nov-2006 20:17
Beautiful, Laine. We must never forget.
Coleen Perilloux Landry11-Nov-2006 20:17
Beautiful, Laine. We must never forget.
JW11-Nov-2006 20:05
I was talking to my mother-in-law today who had just received some old army records of her father who served in WW1. He was shot through the cheeks at 19, they patched him up and sent him back to the trenches for another 2 years. He must have suffered great trauma.

He was always an introverted adult. Sue can only ever remember her grandfather sitting quietly in his chair never talking of his experiences.

Remember the dead today - yes of course - but those who survived suffered for decades afterwards in many cases.

This picture is a beautifully simple floral tribute to those young blokes who gave so much. Perhaps we should do less flag waving when we send them to war, and give more comfort and support to the traumatised souls who are lucky (??) enough to come back.
Katie Chew11-Nov-2006 19:55
Nice composition and tribute.
Zak11-Nov-2006 19:00
nice floral tribute.
wernere0111-Nov-2006 18:58
Fine composition and a very fine tribute, Laine.
Johnny JAG11-Nov-2006 18:58
What a beautiful colourful tribute.
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