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THE REMAINS OF THE DAY... leftovers from June 19th...


The "Morrison" Shelter. Read more about defensive cover HERE.







16 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh you capture beautiful raindrops and we love your remnants from June 19
    Hugs Madi and mom

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  2. Hi Yam - lovely flowers ... and the photos of the RAF museum somewhere with a delightful church - so British ... cheers Hilary

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  3. You know I am drawn to the flowers...but the historical captures also grabbed my attention!

    PeeEss...Thank you SO MUCH for your kind advice for Jakey today!

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  4. We forget, and the next generation does not even know the depths of war.

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    1. They are very much aware of war. I have had students well aware of war: I had students who fled the Gulf War, running into the hills to escape gunfire in Afghanistan, Vietnamese boat people. Many more have family members who suffer with PTSD. Kids who fled poverty, Somalia, and genocide. Thankfully, we can provide them with sanctuary in Canada.

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  5. Your leftovers are delightful!!! We are so impressed with all those flower shots - incredible.

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  6. Some very pretty flowers and other interesting things.
    Merle............

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  7. I love the variety of things that you are sharing today. The flowers are gorgeous and make me long for spring.

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  8. is that a palm tree with the yellow/orange flowers?

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    1. Hari OM
      Heheh - no, that's a "red hot poker" flower (Kniphofia)... Yxx

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  9. OMW Yam, the last two flowers and the yellow cone shaped and the backside of the flower are AMAZING. giggling over the DUCK, I would assume it means either a duck lives there OR you must DUCK to get inside.

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  10. Awesome floral macro shots!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  11. That prickly looking flower made us smile
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  12. What a wonderful collection. I love the raindrops on that first flower!

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  13. Beautiful flowers to accompany several sobering photos of how to survive a bomb hit. namaste, janice xx

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