This "longish" series comprises a variety of subjects and shots I took during our April visit to Dorset for our nephews wedding.
The war memorial at Swanage takes the form of a large stone cairn on the high bank overlooking the beach. The memorial itself stands in the Recreation Ground, Shore Road, Swanage. It takes the form of a very large tapering cairn of natural water worn Purbeck stone. It has a low curving wall to the front with inset panels bearing the inscription with the names of the fallen on the front and sides. It was unveiled on 1st August 1920. There are 99 names for World War 1 and 65 for World War 2.
In bingo parlance tomorrow I reach the grand old age of "clickety click." In normal terms that is 66.
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