As the indignant marched along Barcelona's Passeig de Gràcia on Sunday 19 February, yellow and red Catalan flags were much in evidence. But the red, yellow and purple flag of the 1930s Spanish Republic was defiantly flown too.
On March 06 2012 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada 22 Views
Digital camera : Sony / Cybershot HX9V
Gertrudsdottir On 08/03/2012
you should have made us guess
Unami_go On 07/03/2012
How interesting!! Never heard of that flag before! As you see, I am back on Fotolog, but still not really happy with it.
I will show this picture to one of my friends from Barcelona, wonder if she will know it!
Pwolman On 06/03/2012
Hmmm. What have they censored now. We can only know by dextrous circumlocution. Or, better, sinister circumlocution. I'd never see that Spanish Republican flag. Hmmm. I'd read "Homage to Catalonia" and other things on the Civil War, but the flag never entered my consciousness. Maybe because everything was in black and white in those days.
Re: Lakeview Cemetery, only important dead people get the "lake view." There's no justice in this life or the next.
Geogblog On 06/03/2012
Another triumph for Fotolog's comment censorship system.
As fotos devem ser de fotografias aparecendo Água, neve, oceanos, chuva, banho, rios, orvalho, natação, vela, cachoeira, gelo, poça, carbônica. - Water must to be present in the fotos, be it as snow, oceans, rain, bath, rivers, dew, swimming, candle, waterfall, ice, puddle, carbon.
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