#Project366 Remembrance

I’m sure that most people know of the importance of the 11th Hour on the 11th Day of the 11th Month. Remembrance of all those lost in keeping these sacred Isles safe.

Last Sunday Hubby and I were chatting about his Dad who was in the Army and served in Malaya. He always wore a Poppy and attended the service at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday.

So this week I decided not to take a photo everyday but to save them and take a walk today 11th November 2012 and take photos of RED for Remembrance Day.

in Project366 order:

309/366 Leaves on my neighbours wall

310/366 Plant outside the local pub

311/366 Public tennis court

312/366 I don’t know what type of flower this is but it seems so lonely!

313/366 Leaves on a wall facing the main road.

314/366 Give Blood!

315/366 Plant in a neighbour’s garden

316/366 Remembrance at the village Cenotaph

Check out my other Project 366 pictures so far.

If you’d like to read more about the project please click on the 366 badge over there on the right.

TheBoyandMe's 366 Linky


5 comments on “#Project366 Remembrance

  1. nice link, lovely pics, love the shadows of the railings on the poppies.

  2. Great idea and lovely photos. Mine all did remembrance parade with the Scouting movement today.

  3. What a lovely idea. And a lovely collection of photos too!

  4. lovely idea, and I love those first 2 red leaves especially. All the poppies look stunning.

  5. TheBoyandMe says:

    The red throughout is astoundingly dramatic and beautiful. Beautiful use of light and cloud.

    Thanks for linking up

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