Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Remembering



Poppies and cornflowers, the British and French flowers of remembrance, growing at The British and Commonwealth memorial comemorating the Missing of the First World War at Thiepval in France.

5 comments:

Carolyn NC said...

Lovely thought and memory of those who sacrificed for freedom for all.

Lisa said...

We wear a poppy on Remembrance Day, And at eleven we stand and pray. Wreaths are put upon a grave, as we remember our soldiers brave.

Lizy said...

Hi,
wow I saw your blog is so pretty.

grannyanne said...

Just seeing these make me remember the Armistice Day services I have attended in Belgium and France usually in bitter cold and wet weather. We must never forget the sacrifices made and still being made.

Justflo said...

What a lovely picture. This time of remembrance always brings a huge lump to my throat.

We must not forget.