I love flags. There's some wonderful ones out there. Share some with me.
And it's the only flag that doesn't have 4 sides.
or Lebanon (nice tree)
Mozambique (nice AK-47)
(the gun swings it in Mozambique's favour though). In third place is Japan, for the serenity and simple beauty of its flag :)
But their flag does have a feckin' dragon on it.
is the greatest.
I really like the Ghanaian flag. Looks like a Greenday album cover.
You geography bastard.
the worst thing is, I'm *from* the midlands, so there's no way I shouldn't confuse the two! HA.
now that is a flag
Two dragons high fiving and making an explosion:
Who was a flag nerd as a kid then? I was a bit obsessed.
The Swaziland flag is cool: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Swaziland.svg
Zaire was cool, before they ruined it for me by transforming into DR Congo:
I always thought the Prince Edward Island flag was pretty bonkers (I know it's not a country):
The Germany flag is one of my favourites though. It's so cool.
It was BRILLIANT. Had all the flags of the world in glorious 256-colour amazingness.
it has some really cool variants
Post WWI http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_the_German_Empire.svg
The swastika is such a striking image too. I almost can't believe it was their national flag
He hates everything!
Iceland probably being my favourite.
It has to be made from a specific hand woven material (made popular by Gandhi) and yeah it's cool.
Northumberland's is great.
(Told you I was a nerd)
it's just been proposed by some nutters who want to emphasise their "Nordic heritage" (alarm bells ringing there)
It's just so... horrible
mine's rubbish tho, the off-centre st georges cross :/
'Name The Flag'=best app ever
As far as top flags go? I'm for the Central African Republic
some brilliant ones. check out LADonia.
I love flags too.
I bought two and use them as curtains.
Although not the curtain thing (although it's a great idea).
THERE I SAID IT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagorno-Karabakh_Republic though I suppose it is not quite a Country :/
check out this article on non-country flags, and the amazing looking japanese city ones : http://www.darkroastedblend.com/2009/07/flags-of-forgotten-countries_06.html
dragon flag and st. david's, both kick ass
Can't decide between the Saltire and the Royal Standard
ITS GOT A FUCKING PENTAGRAM.
though a million fat wiccans have probably hung it on their walls without knowing what it means