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On another thread but a fave from this year....

Wonderfully done.

The one of Thiepval in the mist is really haunting, too.

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Many thanks to you all,

This thread makes for great browsing, some of the photo's i've seen here would make a fantastic book.

One that I'm sure would attract many buyers.

Keep them coming.

All the best

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Sunset at Prowse Point War Cemetery, "Plugstreet Wood" Flanders

Norman

Absolutely stunning - a real cracker

Roger

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Cant believe I took this 10 years ago on my first battlefield tour with the TA.

I have jacked in the day job and concentrate on me research and fingers crossed an MA at Birmingham in Sept.

I am sure most people know where this was taken.

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Taken from the Noordering on way into Ypres for the Last Post 5/14/09. (The rainbow is kinda hard to see on the compressed photo)

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Getting my girlfriend interested! Amazing. I should feel guilty.

Neil

I can sympathise, is there a seperate thread for 'WAGS' of the GWF.

(This one's from my wife).

Regards

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I can sympathise, is there a seperate thread for 'WAGS' of the GWF.

(This one's from my wife).

Regards

Thats a good idea.

Neil

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My wife will definitely agree CT. Just had a telling off for spending too long on the GWF. Outrageous.

Regards,

Mike

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The Leipzig Salient on the Somme. The trees surround an old chalk quarry which formed the tip of the German defences below Thiepval.

Norman

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Thats a good idea.

Neil

Mods', Admin' are you there!

Re: Wags = GWF widows?

Comments welcome perhaps.

(Apologies to all for hijacking thread, perhaps will revisit in Skindles).

Regards

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I know that it has been photographed so many times before but this is one of my own favourites. Not manipulated in any way, this is what it looked like on the day.

38th (Welsh) Memorial Mametz Wood

The Somme

Norman

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