Service of commemoration -100th anniversary of World War 1 , 1914-2014 ,People gather this morning at Tower gardens Skegness to lay wreaths and attend a service to remember the fallen form the great war .
One of the Dawn Services of Remembrance of the ANZAC forces efforts at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915 that take place around the world - this one at the rooftop ANZAC Garden in the Rockefeller Center in New York. Lest We Forget.
“Those who would beat the drums of war loudest are rarely those who would pay the ultimate sacrifice of their sounding” - Me.
Had this rattling around my head this morning, I spent a lot of time at Gettysburg Batttlefield on my latest roadtrip. A place everyone should visit, and attempt to grasp the gravity of.
Something a little different from the usual subjects I post, especially with Halloween not that far away now.
There’s beauty in darkness, in the broken and abandoned. In the creatures and places people fear. I’ve always felt more comfortable there, embracing the shadows. Only by appreciating darkness and what it hides can you understand the light and...