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Sunday's IHC - Remembrance

Thanks again for choosing my photo Marion.

Today’s challenge is remembrance. Anything related to Remembrance Sunday, wars, etc.


Photos must be taken between now and 8.30 p.m.

No manipulation of your photo is allowed except for cropping and straightening.

Photos cannot be changed once posted.

If you want your photo to be judged, put ‘Mine’s in’ before or after the photo.

The winner is to be announced at 9pm approx.

The winner is to set the Challenge as soon as possible - 10am the next day at the very latest.

If 1st fails to set the challenge by 10 am then the 2nd place takes over the daily challenge. (Or 3rd if neither first nor second are available).

Any other decisions regarding changes to the rules for the day is the Judges decision on the day (Eg. Can I change my photo?).


  • Mine's in.... 

  • BobBob
    edited November 2018
    Mine's in.   My coat this morning.
  • Mine's in...My lovely Mam and Dad XX
  • Mine's in: This morning's service at the Village War Memorial. We were standing next to a chap with two spaniels wearing poppies who whimpered though the two minute's silence and howled when the piper played.

  • Mine`s in...

    Made this morning in the school grounds by Ric ( who runs the Gardening Club) ready for the children to put their poppy crosses in at assembly tomorrow morning. Each cross has a name from the War Memorial ..... The tin hat was dug up from our garden when we had the conservatory built. The beds have got spring bulbs in & poppy seed that will hopefully germinate in summer.

  • Mine's in:
    The poppy cascade at church, all the poppies knitted by ladies from the church.

  • Mine's in. This morning we went for a walk, and realized part way along it was coming up on 11AM. At 11 we stopped, hats off, and had a moment of silence. Just moments before we had been talking about a news piece we saw on TV of one George Price, a Nova Scotian, the last Canadian to die in combat in WW1. Cut down by a sniper's bullet 2 minutes before the armistice took effect. How sad is that? While we were standing there this red tailed hawk flew overhead. Don't know if that meant anything or not, but it was a memorable moment.
  • Thanks for entering folks. Nice tributes to those that lost their lives.

    1st Kathy - I like the low angle which represents those that have fallen. Made me think.

    2nd Jackie - very well arranged tribute.

    Well done everyone else. Over to Kathy for tomorrow's challenge.
  • Well done Kathy and Jackie
  • Well done Kathy & Jackie ... nice shots
    Thanks for the challenge Jonathan
  • Well done Kathy good shot. Thanks for my placing Jonathan and the Challenge.
  • Well done Kathy and Jackie
  • Well done Jackie. Thanks for the win, the challenge and for judging Jonathan.
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