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We will remember them


Photo taken at the National Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire, October 2010


A few weeks ago, I went to the National Arboretum with my brother to do an assignment for the Photography course we are both doing. This is a picture I took that sums up the meaning of Armistice Day and Rememberance Sunday. I also want to remember today all the brave Service Men and Women currently serving around the world, and those that have been injured and maimed in defending our freedom. We will remember them
Lesley xx

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  1. Oh Lesley, what a beautiful post, and a beautiful photo xx

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