Bunker

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Deborah Gower 2015 Fromelles

Once Lost, Never Forgotten

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Everywhere you go around Fromelles you can see bunkers in fields.  Bunker  is a reminder of my Bird Watching excursion where we stumbled across a bunker in a field.

Il y a de nombreux bunkers disséminés dans les champs de Fromelles. Ceci me rappelle ma visite ornithologique, où nous avons trébuché sur un bunker dans les champs.

Birds are carved into the skyline.  Where once was barbed wire, now are fields planted with fresh crops – new beginnings.

Les oiseaux volaient à l’horizon. Autrefois entourés de barbelés, les bunkers sont maintenant au milieu de champs cultivés, signe de renouveau.

The Bunker is adorned with Lily of the Valley flowers. These flowers are traditionally given to friends on 1 May.  I was given some flowers by dear ladies Brigitte and Josie-Anne on 1 May 2015.  Symbols of new friendships.

Le bunker est orné de muguet. Ces fleurs sont traditionnellement offertes le 1er Mai comme porte-bonheur entre amis. Brigitte et Josie-Anne m’en ont offert le 1er Mai, symbole d’une nouvelle amitié.

 

 

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