Daffodil Days

 2013-07-29 SEA UDU+
Shamrock, thistle, and rose are shown in this South East Antrim Ulster Defence Union mural but the daffodil is not, even though the Welsh “Red Dragon” is included alongside the Scottish Saltire, the flag of Northern Ireland, and Queen Elizabeth II’s royal standard. The Ulster Defence Union was a loyalist organization founded to fight against Home Rule, launched on 17 March 1893. The name is now used by the post-ceasefire UDA (beginning in 2007: Newsletter | Remembrance Day Statement at CAIN).
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Copyright © 2013 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f14, 1/320, ISO 400, full size 3288 x 2592
text: X01208 banner of arms quis separabit st andrew’s cross carrickfergus ireland irish scotland england enlgish

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