I thought I would go back through my archives from November 2013.

 

An old butcher’s bike (using kk_stamped) I love the texture of the brick wall.

 

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This image was taken on a frosty clear morning before the terrible flooding that happened on the Somerset Levels

 

Taken with my iPhone I used kk_dollard_grunge.

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I took this at last years Remembrance parade in Taunton. When 40 Commando along with Scouts, Explorers and members of the British Legion march through the town, and finish at the memorial in the park to lay poppy wreaths in memory of all those that have died in conflict.

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And here is 40 Commando marching through Taunton.

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Lest we forget

 

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18 thoughts on “Texture Tuesday – From the Archives.

  1. Each picture is great so it’s hard to choose, but I really like the first one with the bicycle and the tree one with the sun peeking through and the shadows is wonderful. 🙂

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  2. Very moving collection, with the soldiers marching. The red poppy wreaths are beautiful. Perfect subject for this month of Remembrance Day, and the 100th anniversary of WWI. Lest we forget . . .

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  3. Viv, these are all breathtaking in their own way, but I am especially drawn to the Remembrance Day images, particularly the first one…very moving and unique. I miss the Canadian Remembrance Day observances…US Veteran’s Day is the same, but not as old-school sentimental.

    Thank you for this!
    xoxo

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