Beautiful photo, lovely tribute.
It's a fantastic interpretation I think, well done indeed!Sunshine Coast Daily - Australia
Hi Letitia! You probably didn’t notice, but I was absent for a while… ;)) Anyhow, I missed your posts and comments, so I’m trying to catch up what I can!Lovely picture for a wonderful post! Loved the Everyday stuff and the stunning Wandering around!Hope you have a great weekend!Blogtrotter
Stupendous photo...and no, we won't forget.My dear Bum Girl, yes it is true, I'm leaving CDP...but I promise to link you up to any other ventures I might undertake.Please take care of my boyfriend and, above all, your lovely self. Hugs!!!
Amazing photo and lovely tribute.
A nice, unsentimental sentiment
Amazing detail. The lichen are keeping the memory alive. And so are you.
Lovely image, and fitting tribute.
SALLY - thanks. This cemetery is in the middle of nowhere. You drive along a road that snakes through the bush and there it is!And still, in the middle of nowhere, were servicemens' graves.
BITINGMIDGE - (cracks me up everytime I see that ie: "bitingmidge").The feelings and thoughts and memories of ANZAC day are overwhelming - sometimes I just have to "check out" of the day.
GMG - I've been missing in action a bit myself lately!I'm on my way over to Blogtrotter to have a "squizz".
ISABELLA - I'm not happy.I don't want you to go!You've been dropping cryptic clues as to your future whereabouts - unfortunately, I'm not bright enough to work it out!So long.(you better pop up somewhere else, real soon!!)
KRIS - thanks. The frenzy the media outlets get into over ANZAC day, really got to me this year.
RUTH - I love lichen. It always grows in the most interesting places.And it's so unassuming - it just quietly goes about its business.
RICHARD - yeah, all the eulogizing was a bit too much for me this year.
SONIA - thank you - if you look really closely, you can see a spider's web.
Lovely tribute, Ararat. You take a good shot.
Good. Just right.