Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday in beautiful autumn light at Bath Cenotaph this morning. The band playing, a vicar leading the service, wreaths being presented and the salute being taken; a distant dog barking and a toddler laughing during the two minutes silence. “Stay and remember those who died…” I managed to get a great spot to view the scene, with a policeman just below on the right.DSC_0198

Some previous Remembrance Sundays…

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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6 Responses to Remembrance Sunday

  1. Superb very interesting blog thanks

  2. miatagrrl says:

    Lovely… with such reserved touches of color.

    – Tina

  3. Wendy Paxton says:

    Hello I enjoy seeing your pictures and after the summer break feel that these on coloured papers have lifted your art to another level. Do you still do a sketch a day? I intend to but am not so disciplined. Regards w paxton

    • Ed Mostly says:

      Hi Wendy, glad you like the pre-coloured ones, it’s a different approach and great for focussing on values/tone. And yes, still drawing from life every day, 8 years so far…

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