This photo was taken by LuciaB on Flickr. This pink, white and green flag is Newfoundland’s unofficial flag, since the early 1800s and still seen everywhere. It predates its cousin the Irish flag by five years, and is the only flag in the world to use the colour pink. “This flag is better known as […]
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Another photo by Felip1. This is a composite picture of the same house two hours apart on July first, 2007, a week ago. On the left, you see the traditional Newfoundland Tricolor flag, the Pink, White and Green from the nineteenth century. That flag still enjoys a huge popularity, nearly sixty years after the two […]
Anglican church and half-mast Native Flag in Greenspond. Photo credit to Robert Hiscock of Product of Newfoundland
Taken by Felip1 on Flickr. Here is another odd assortment of flags: the Pink, White & Green, with the official Newfoundland flag behind it, the Japanese flag next to it, and the Canadian flag behind that. I guess the Japanese flag is there because this is the shop of a dealer for a Japanese car; […]
The Pink, White and Green flying high over a home in St. John’s
Nick Langor took a beautiful photo of the Newfoundland tricolour on South Side Hills in St. John’s after he and his friends put it back on the pole.
Here is a beautiful texture made by Nicolas Raymond. This graphic is free to use under the Creative Commons License – Attribution 3.0 Unported. It gives you a lot of freedom to use my work commercially as long as you credit and link back to Newfoundland Tricolour Grunge Flag on Freestock.