Monday, August 01, 2016

Blue On Blue

Andy | Monday, August 01, 2016 | Best Blogger Tips
I am a fan of B&W... Blue & White. The flag of The Province Quebec is often called the "fleur-de-lis". The white cross originates from ancient royal flags of France. Contrary to popular belief, the fleurs-de-lis are not taken from the banners of French kings, who used golden fleurs-de-lis. The white fleurs-de-lis, on Quebec's flag, are symbols of purity; which originally represented the Virgin Mary. Thanks to the "World Flags" for the info.

14 comments:

  1. And you thanks for the info too. It is a nice view with the Blue and White.

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  2. Its a very pretty flag and looks like it was a beautiful day

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  3. The colours of the sky and clouds complement this beautiful flag!

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous - flag and photo! Re your comment on Ocala: Driver at golf club? Very funny!!!

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  5. beautiful! i am very familiar with that flag..many of my ancestors on my dad's side came from quebec!

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  6. Blue and white against blue and white. Nice!

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  7. I learn something every day in blogland!

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  8. This is a beautiful flag. The blue is so vivid and pretty...and the Fleur-de-lis are lovely. I agree with RedPat...I learn something new each and every day thanks to the internet and bogland. genie

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  9. One of the most beautiful sights in nature is a blue sky filled with a few scattered white clouds. I've felt this way for as long as I can remember.

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