Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Hooray for the women!
The panels are a great reminder of the early, significant work done by these women.
Applause to these women. They were great women!
Some intriguing names. Every one would make a good movie.JanisGDP
i have only known 2 Florence (s) in my time ... such a unique name. ( ;
A nice tribute to all the tough women.
I love this... strong women beautiful pictures
The women were amazing through the first and second world wars, I sometimes wonder how tough the young women today would be like in similar circumstances.. I mean, can you imagine the Kardashian women buckling down to it ☺☺☺
wonderful tributes. i liked the groups featured.
@Linda: indeed!@Gemma: they certainly are.@Nancy: they were and are.@Janis: and one more day of them to come.@Beth: it is an old fashioned name.@Marianne: it is, yes.@Hilary: it was a good choice for this year.@Grace: I have met some women who served in the Second World War in various ways. They have many stories. As for the Kardashians, they would never be capable of such service.@Tex: me too.
such strong women! great series!
How beautiful and interesting historical photos, William !
Fantastic series, William!
Mulheres glamourosas numa bela sequência de fatos históricosUm abraço William
We were fortunate to have thee people who had the ability, talent and will to bring about changes for women. as I said yesterday , we still have lots to do.
@Tanya: thanks!@Karl: they are.@Norma: indeed.@Linda: thanks!@Gracita: thank you.@Red: we do, yes.
This tribute to women is so nice to see.
Wonderful exhibit! It is very nice to see these ladies remembered.
Historical ladies. Interesting.
We girls are smart and tough!
A great tribute to these women who played an important role in history.
Nice tribute, William!
Eine gute Anerkennung für die vollbrachten Leistungen der Frauen.Noke
An excellent tribute to all women.
@Sharon: it was a good theme for this year.@Denise: it certainly is.@Carolann: thank you.@Linda: definitely!@Marleen: they did.@RedPat: I think so.@Noke: thanks!@Bill: it is, yes.
Guess their collective strength kept everyone in line while wars happened overseas.
A watershed moment in Canadian and world history.
Love the smile in that last photo.
Sadly, they are seldom in the history books, but then neither are many other important individuals!
More fine portraits. If you asked me to imagine Adrienne Clarkson, that is not how I would have pictured her.
@Eve: indeed.@Revrunner: yes.@Mari: thank you.@Whisk: it's a terrific shot of her.@Jennifer: that's true.@Jack: I've been familiar with her for a long time, so she's been in the public eye as long as I can remember in Canada, long before she was a governor general.
Hooray! Honors for women.