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Today is Remembrance Day and so I’ve decided to share a few of the pictures from my visit to the South African War Museum and the Duxford Imperial War Museum in Cambridgeshire, UK.
South African War Museum
All these war machines have doors. You can see the door nicely in the last picture of a tank.
Duxford Imperial War Museum
Recording of my short story, The Warning
The Warning features in Wings & Fire anthology edited by Dan Alatorre and is about the eruption of Mount Tarawera in 1886 which destroyed the famous Pink and White Terraces in New Zealand.
A few of my blogging friends have expressed interest in this short story so I made this recording which also includes some of my own photographs from our trip to this area in 2016 and some paintings of the Pink and White Terraces and the eruption by Charles Blomfield.
I apologies for my pronunciation of the local names. I tried to pick up the pronunciation but promptly forgot when I had to say the word.