How forgetful am I? When it was our son's graduation, I obviously had the 7th 4 x 6 Photo Love page in mind because I had SEVEN portrait photos in the batch that I took - happy days!
I've also been thinking some more about Rinda's scavenger hunt and remembered I had taken a photo recently of the churchyard where my parents are laid to rest.
Now it isn't an inspiring photo but these three gravestones are totally different to any others in the churchyard. See how clean and upright they are? Yet they are dated 1917. And something else that is unusual is that they are for foreign soldiers. From the 4th Australian Pioneers. I did try to research this a little but couldn't find anything that would throw any light on it. Bearing in mind that in 1917, this village was a tiny out of the way place in the middle of the countryside, more than 30 miles from London and although it was towards the end of World War I, surely not a place that any fighting was going on. A bit of a mystery.