In my blog postings, Remembrance has always been my theme for November so I am pleased to take this different approach suggested by Julie. and join in this challenge.
I grew up in a family who always acknowledged Remembrance Day. We watched the ceremonies at the Royal Albert Hall on the Saturday night, attended the local war memorial service on the Sunday or watched on television the Queen leading the national tribute at the Cenotaph in London.
the ten members of my family who fought in two world wars.
I have featured them before on my blog,
but plan on taking a different angle with different images.
| War Memorial in the village of |
Earlston in the Scottish Borders
where I now live
|The Cenotaph on Whitehall in London|
The National War Memorial
Postscript: My computer expertise is no more than average and I have had problems setting up a photo collage. The initial steps went smoothly. but I could not save or download it without getting gobbled gook! On top of that we lost internet contact last week and have had to wait for a new wireless hub. So I have reverted to a word document to prepare the collage which does not show up too clearly - my apologies for this.