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10am this morning, Sunday, the 14th of November 2010. Cambridge Town Hall Piazza. This photograph: 13/11/2010.
Military vehicle street parade, Victoria Street, Cambridge New Zealand. 08/11/2009. Part of the annual Armistice in Cambridge event. Video capture Canon G10 (Quick Time Movie), converted to MPEG with Pazera Free MOV to AVI Converter 1.2. Titles – Windows Movie Maker with output to WMV (Windows Media Video). Uploaded to Vimeo.com, embedded at VodPod.com and pushed to WordPress.com – default codec settings.
Celebrated this Sunday afternoon in Cambridge at Deli on the Corner in Victoria Street – the exhibition opening of dIGITAL EYEs – the work of six Cambridge photographers. Characterful and colourful the Deli on the Corner café – one of Cambridge’s most popular – is home to much visual delight. Above photographer and Cambridge Edition editor Ann Huston – one of the six – with her work – “Flying High” – a photograph taken during Armistice in Cambridge last year. Ann tells me the plane is a Pitts S2S Special piloted by Noel Cruse.
An inflated climbing tower at Memorial Park on the greenbelt, Taylor Street, Cambridge. Along with military displays both static and moving Armistice in Cambridge features a fairground, vintage and classic cars, antique motors, air displays as well as the very popular re enactment performances.
Dad chats with a vendor in the big tent at Armistice in Cambridge, Memorial Park – on the greenbelt (the rugby grounds), Taylor Street, Cambridge, today Sunday the 9th of November 2008. In the 1940s after WW2 farmers could purchase army surplus rifles for pest control. Dad paid £10.0.0 a piece for two Lee Enfield .303 rifles.
A young man in period uniform on a period bicycle. This weekend Cambridge hosts Armistice in Cambridge. In it’s eighth year this event attracts the NZ Defence Forces, dignitaries from Allied Forces, returned service personal and their families, re-enactors, those interested in milateria and the public alike.