Monday, February 16, 2009

The 'War Memorial' in Wascana Park is a fitting tribute to the fallen soldiers of World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Lest we forget.


9 comments:

Good_ole_USA said...

Great shot to a very appropriate monument.

Faery said...

Guy I was watching all the photos in you blog, they are so beautiful this images of a free country are really, really beautiful
Thanks for your nice comments on my blog

Ishtar said...

I love the angle, it does the theme justice.

Anonymous said...

Very nice photo, you continue to out do yourself.

Amy Bender said...

I always like photos directly into the sun, this one is a beaut.

Amy

Susie of Arabia said...

This is a very cool photo. The composition with the colored flags and the sun is so nice. It's a perfect presentation for the War Memorial.

Downtown Child said...

Guy, I like this picture for a couple of reasons. First, my grandfather fought in World War I (a British soldier), and my father fought in World War II (a Saskatchewan sailor). And second, this is your usual and typically blue and grey winter photo, but sprinkled with three flagfuls of color. Excellent.

2sweetnsaxy said...

I've been browsing. I've missed a lot of shots. Wanted to make sure I told you these are all wonderful! And that one of the trees and the green and gold leaves... wow! :-)

Ben Price said...

Hi Can you help me I am looking to trace an ancestor of mine who came to Canada and farned some land at Fort Pitt. He was born in Leicester England and signed up for the Canadian Foces in 1916 but was kileed in France in 1917. I wonder is he mentioned on the Regina war memorial. His name was Guy Pearse Stephenson.
Thanks Ben Price England

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