I travelled back in time with Mum when I first shared this roof square in 2018, and so it is rather appropriate, when Mum is staying with us again this week, that I once more share this unusual roof at Fort Nelson to celebrate four years of Past Squares.

The grass is the roof!

If you have not yet joined us this month, there’s still plenty of time and there is something for everyone. You could;

  • Re-post a previous post which at the time didn’t get the attention it deserved or maybe it is one of your favourites
  • Share a photograph that would have been perfect for one or more of the previous themes; Flowers, Sky, Circles & Squares, Roofs, In the Pink, Time, Spiky, Blue, Lines, words containing the word ‘light’, Top, Perspectives, Kinda, Up, Bright and Trees.
  • Or if you have not been squaring for very long why not pick a theme you missed and share multiple squares of that theme
  • Alternatively have fun with the word ‘past’ by sharing squares of history and heritage, and that includes past holidays, objects past their prime and your favourite pastimes!

The tag is PastSquares but the only thing you really need to remember is that in October your images must be square – that’s four equal sides!

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      1. There’s a poppy installation at the War Memorial in Melbourne. I took photos when we were there two years ago, but never shared them because I thought the photos weren’t ‘good enough’. I may revisit them and (perhaps) reconsider that assumption.

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      1. Funny story? When my boys were in the British Boy Scouts (in Saudi) we had a parade for Armistice Day. My sister (not versed in British culture) was very appreciative and a bit puzzled about the custom: “I hadn’t thought they would honour gay people like that!” (poppy fail)

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