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This is the post on Men Body photographies which can fall in the category of Artistic approach of the male body. They are all in Black and White which give even more intensity to the beauty of … Source: WHEN THE MAN BODY IS ART (Part

The Light Family of Battleford, Saskatchewan in 1943: June, James and Peggy Light are standing; Charles, Colin and Vera Light are seated. Missing is the eldest son RCAF pilot Alan Light, who was killed in a training accident in 1942.

The Light Family of Battleford, Saskatchewan in June, James and Peggy Light are standing; Charles, Colin and Vera Light are seated. Missing is the eldest son RCAF pilot Alan Light, who was killed in a training accident in

"Boy Soldier" James Light, left, aged 14, poses in 1941 with his older brother, nineteen-year-old RCAF pilot Alan Light. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

"Boy Soldier" James Light, left, aged poses in 1941 with his older brother, nineteen-year-old RCAF pilot Alan Light. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

WWI Canadian CEF Machine Gun Corps MGC Photo c1916 England  Marlborough, Wiltshire, This very handsome studio portrait shows three men, perhaps family. The man on the left, wearing a medal ribbon, and wearing riding trousers, is a Sergeant of the MACHINE GUN CORPS (MGC) the man on the right is a Sergeant of the CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (CEF) significantly displayed are his three wound stripes. The older seated man, a Corporal, wears a General Service Cap Badge. $225 USD

WWI Canadian CEF Machine Gun Corps MGC Photo c1916 England Marlborough, Wiltshire, This very handsome studio portrait shows three men, perhaps family. The man on the left, wearing a medal ribbon, and wearing riding trousers, is a Sergeant of the MACHINE GUN CORPS (MGC) the man on the right is a Sergeant of the CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (CEF) significantly displayed are his three wound stripes. The older seated man, a Corporal, wears a General Service Cap Badge. $225 USD

My grandfather Charlie Light, right, and his younger brother Jack Light grew up in Battleford, Saskatchewan and served in Lord Strathcona's Horse during World War One.

My grandfather Charlie Light, right, and his younger brother Jack Light grew up in Battleford, Saskatchewan and served in Lord Strathcona's Horse during World War One.