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Thanks to Covid 19 this year's ceremony at the National Cenotaph was very different but just as important as in previous years and maybe even more moving. The…

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Chuck Klosterman, writer/author, published an essay about nostalgia in 2011 and re-published it in a collection of essays with a prologue written in 2017. In…

OF MY DEAR PARENTS JUNE 19th 1991 and June 19th 2002 Mum loved yellow - not sure about dad! He did love roses ... Always in our ( Jilly too) thoughts ... uSu…

Over the last few days I’ve been busy doing some research for a new Photoblog article. I needed to try out some cameras, so I can speak from experience (purely…

This year Remembrance Day has a special and poignant significance as it is the centenary of Armistice Day of the Great War. A bloodbath for many nations, that…

Ending my countdown to the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1. In May 1917 Walter was transferred to 15th Divisional Signals Company (Royal Engineers) with all…

11:11 2018 - Marlieux Our village memorial The first part of the parade followed by the headmaster er of the local infant's school together with the children,…

Since the beginning of 2018 I’ve seen an increasing number of these solitary soldiers dotted around the country. They’re part of the commemorations for the…

It was a common story in the Great War of 1914-18; an innocent age when patriotism and naivety drove men to enlist in their millions across the great world…

The second day of my count down to the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1. In his photograph, posted yesterday, my great-uncle Walter is wearing a medal ribbon…

A composition to mark the day. The image of the soldiers is a well-known one from World War 1 which I edited in with two of my own images, one of Tyne Cot…
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