The eleventh day of the eleventh month of the two thousand and eleventh year, at eleven o’clock in the morning. The ninety-third anniversary of the armistice at the end of World War One. Once again, an anniversary acknowledged in a simple but moving and dignified way in the centre of Derby. The well-known verse of Binyon’s poem ‘For The Fallen’ was quoted aloud. (They shall grow not old…)
OK, then. The correct answer for week 3 is, of course, a lightning conductor down the side of a church wall. Well done to Phil (@inxta) who guessed correctly. Here is the (ornate) top end of it :
And here is the new picture below. As before, please leave your guess as a reply, and feel free to pass the word around so that we get some more guesses. Thank you again for viewing.
The hour after sunset is a wonderful opportunity for the photographer. Some people call it ‘magic hour.’ Here, I just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Just a reminder of summer, sunshine, and activity in nature. It didn’t fit a ‘gallery’ prompt, and I’d posted a bee photo for my ‘Silent Sunday’ the previous week. So I’m sharing it now, in grey November. And yes, it took loads of shots before I got this one.
Well, T is for Tara who gives us the prompts. But you know that already. Then again, T is for trees. This was the subject for a photo gallery a while back, before this blog began, so I’m going to seize the opportunity now. Any excuse for a tree picture!