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04 May 2011

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rochambeau

A beautiful place to meditate and think on these things.
Hope you are well Tara!!

xox
Constance

Gillian

I love how you capture light and look forward to seeing your work when you return home from your trip. You are missed!! xoxo

Natalie

Wow, I never heard of this holiday. How very beautiful. The last soldier from WWI died today, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_Choules) so it is a day of rememberance in many ways.

Mary Jane Thomas

Simply elegant and beautiful. I love your photography.

Karen @PasGrand-Chose

I love the simplicity of this chapel, the sunlight and the flowers. In smaller places like this it seems people have a stronger connection to history and tradition (liberation day, Queen's day)? It's fascinating to see all this through the lens of your camera.

Elizabeth Rhiannon

Simple and beautiful...

Tracy

I occasionally think that every single person on this planet should be forced to go stand in a military cemetery before they're allowed to elect an official of government. It is sobering in the extreme to be in the middle of that sea of death stones.

jeanie

This is lovely. I often think that Holland was really pummeled in the war. I love the idea of a remembrance day.

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