Flags at the memorial to those killed in the…
by terrorists on the….
Promenade des Anglais, Nice, in 2016.
I was certain that these flags were flying outside
a United Nations, or UNESCO,
building in Brugge.
However, MGW’s dairy and Google both agree
that it is a concert hall.
Lake Wendouree in Ballarat.
Lake Wendouree was the location of
all rowing events for the
1956 Melbourne Olympic Games.
a steel construction.
This may help identify it.
And if this does not, then I am….
three differing perspectives.
having three distinct sections.
Apologies to all Canadian followers
who may disagree.
This shot taken just prior to…
three buglers playing
the Last Post at Menin Gate,
Three flags at
Beaumont-Hamel War Memorial
on the Somme-Battlefields.
This day last year I was still on my way to France.
This caribou appears to have three main antlers
I’m not familiar with caribou and
I am really wondering if it is a caribou.
Google does not have any caribou images
which closely resemble this artistic creation.
Black and White Challenge.
this dress could be called a deb(utante) frock.
This flock of sheep and herd of cattle…
are certainly livestock.
The clock face of the Arras Bell Tower in France.
A group of rocks just outside Geelong
known as Dog Rocks.
Many photographers photograph this
rock formation, both day and night.
One of the Australian Navy’s ships at dock at Cunningham Pier.
in Saint John the Baptist Church…
Today, ANZAC Day 2018 the
Prime Minister of Australia…
Mr. Malcolm Turnbull…
is visiting the co-located
Australian National Memorial
Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery
located just outside of Villers-Brettonneux
on The Somme Battlefields of France,
to open the Sir John Monash Centre.
under construction when
I visited early in June, 2017…
and is situated behind the Central Tower…
from which the views are stunning.
It was extremely difficult to imagine
all the lives lost…
and bloodshed in
this idyllic farming land.
There are wing walls flanking the central tower…
upon which are engraved the names of
10,732 Australian casualties who died in France…
and who have no known grave.
Used as an observation post by
the French in World War II…
the Memorial was extensively damaged by
German aircraft and ground fire.
During the repair process it was decided to
retain some of the scarring.
Lest We Forget