Poppy seller pins the flower on cricketer Don Bradman's lapel outside the State Theatre, Sydney, Remembrance Day, early 1930s / photograph by Sam Hood

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Format: Glass negative

Notes: The Flanders poppy is worn on Remembrance Day (11 November) to commemorate the suffering of World War I and the Armistice

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Dubes, luke-hunter, Alex Carvalho, and 76 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. THIRDMAN. [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

    This is incredibly good!

  2. -Oveja Negra- 66 months ago | reply

    Wooow ! :O

    Very good !

  3. BigBean 65 months ago | reply

    sweet.
    'Pose for the camera. and Smiiiile!'

    And the poor girl is missing a tooth.

    --
    [discovered in the Flickr Commons photophlow room] (?)

  4. Földi Tamás 64 months ago | reply

    Fantastic shot!

  5. Víctor García, Director de Fotografía 47 months ago | reply

    incredibly, sweet fantastic shot

  6. Robo's photos 39 months ago | reply

    What a bunch of great pictures: thanks for sharing.

  7. flopi.lor 38 months ago | reply

    this is just too good. loving the whole concept

  8. amylaurensantee 34 months ago | reply

    what's with all the nasty tags?

  9. vivienne_strauss 31 months ago | reply

    a beautiful moment captured forever, thank you for posting these!

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