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... br> I was trying to show something specific with my next photo (pic 7). Something that I’ve noticed for a while now. The “Masters” stand out. Place two pictures of similar themes next to each other and it becomes very obvious who the better painter is. At least, it is to me. That sounds kinda pretentious I know and it’s not always the case. Sometimes I miss one of the greats and sometimes one of the less known names surprise ...
Its a couple of days since making an entry because my phone died, and i am working off a French keyboard, so spelling is gonna get real....bad that is. Also I have no pics, but hope to be sent some from the band soon.
Leaving Antwerp was arduous and traumatic, working through the departure of our driver Silvia, in less than fantastic circumstances. Back to ...
... Victor was buried there. He took us in his car - what a lovely man. Victor died from wounds on Christmas Day 1917 aged only 24. Underhill Farm was a nursing station and the small cemetery contains men who had been brought their with wounds and sadly died. It was very moving to see his grave.
We then returned to Iepa for dinner and to hear the last Post. Peter recommended Flemish stew - we had that and it was so delish! Of course everything in Belgium comes with Pomfrittes! ...
We only had a short stay in lille, France! Our main reason for this stop was to see a wall grave of Micka's great uncle who died in the battle of Framelles. Unfortunately his name was not there but there were many unidentified grave sites from all the young Australians who died in that war so it was nice to pay our respect to them. We then did our own quick walking tour of Lille and got ready for our next stop, ...
... had entered his left buttock and travelled up through his body to remain lodged in his chest near his heart for the rest of his life.
Miraculously surviving his wounds, he must have been carried unconscious from the battlefield, most probably by the hard working stretcher bearers to, I assume, the battalion's Regimental Aid Post near the front for initial assessment.
He would then have laid on ...