That most English of days: St George’s Day

Mike the Psych's Blog

P1020079 Flying the flag as the wind turbines on the moors behind stand silent as if saluting it.

The photograph was taken from the banks of the Leeds to Liverpool canal in Burnley, Lancashire.

St George was a real person, a Roman Tribune born to Greek parents in Lydda. He was tortured and executed because he wouldn’t give up his christian beliefs and is now revered across the world,

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