D-Day

Today is 6th June and 76 years ago the D~Day landings happened, and it is seen as the beginning of the end of WW2. Back in May last year Phil and I went to France and as well as Mont Saint Michel and Conde, we visited some of the places, museums and cemeteries around the Normandy Beaches. Whilst I’ve been off work die to the Corona thing, I’ve been compiling a book of our travels there, and got it finished this week. I’ve uploaded the PDF version here. A couple of the pages are double spread pictures which get broken up for single page viewing, but the rest are OK. Feel free to have a scroll through!

16 thoughts on “D-Day

  1. I remjembered some of the photos, but it was a delight to scroll through the entire selection and see the new ones. Also to see you in shot for a change! You have compiled a great book of your experiences, FR. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. So filled with history, I am happy to see you happy, fragglerocking 😀 Somehow I am glad you didn’t take more cameras as it seems, by the photos, you were quite free to wander around. I loved so much the tractor on the pond, as if it were a weightless leaf, kind and subtle over it.

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