Canada Remembers

We attended the Remembrance Day service in our community this morning, as we do every year. Many of my family members past and present have served in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Good composition with light and B&W background! I did too!
posted November 11th, 2018  
What a lovely image with beautiful light falling on this old soldier he stands out very well against the dark background, leading our parade at the Remembrance Service was an old soldier dressed in a first world war uniform in tribute to Canadian soldier Private George Lawrence Price No 256265 he is recognised as the last British Empire Soldier to be killed in the first world war in the last few minutes of the war at Ville-sur-Haine:)
posted November 11th, 2018  
What a striking photo, Nova!
posted November 11th, 2018  
A perfect use of selective colouring, very thought provoking.
posted November 12th, 2018  
A face that's seen and experienced a lot. My grandfather, his brother and my father all served in the Canadian armed forces.
posted November 12th, 2018  
@pcoulson Thank you Peter. Private George Price has been commemorated here in Canada on this 100th anniversary and is a native of Nova Scotia too.
posted November 12th, 2018  
@novab So nice to hear Private George Price was honoured both sites of ocean on such a special day, thanks for letting me know:)
posted November 12th, 2018  
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