These are the Prime Ministers of Australia, Canada and New Zealand having a quiet lunch together when they met up at the funeral of Nelson Mandela. I don’t know whether what I like most about it is the quiet reflective down-to-earth mood or that they are three conservative leaders at a time when conservatism is very unfashionable amongst our political elites. I fear that quiet scenes such as this amongst sensible leaders such as these will become more of a rarity. This is from Mark Steyn at National Review. I wonder if this picture has been reproduced anywhere else in Australia.
[Thanks to BW for sending it along.]