Polish war graves, Newark-on-Trent cemetery. This cemetery is five minutes walk from our house, and is a lovely, peaceful place with beautiful trees and lots of flowers. These graves commemorate the many Polish men who lived locally and died in WW2. To me the rows of white graves look a bit like soldiers standing in rank. This photo was taken in winter, when it’s starkly beautiful, but in summer the tree is lushly green, flowering plants grow among the graves and the spaces between them are full of butterflies. The title is a quote from a grave in another part of the cemetery.