A weekly photo linkup
Lovely series, I like cemeteries and the walk though...My favorite photo is the first.Thanks for hosting :-)
Thanks Sue for this peek into history!
Somber pictures this week. We don't really have such cemeteries around due to land limitations and restrictions. Most of the dead are now placed in niches.
Nice shots ...very poignantHave a tanfabulous week :-)
Very cool images.
Sobering images x
Yes, indeed, wonderful photos, I especially like the framing of the first!
Great series of captures. thank you for showing.
Great old photos!!
It took me to link up so that I could see the pictures, lol what a glitch. Thank you for sharing, now you have a great day!
Thank you very much, NC Sue!
So peaceful... I actually love visiting cemeteries..
Interesting photos. I love the history.http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/11/ww-just-like-mom-used-to-make.html
These photos are beautiful.
these are great captures.Thanks for sharing.
Hello,what wonderful old cemeteries, great pictures!I wish you a nice week,moni
That first photo is gorgeous. I love it.
Always sad !
Emotional and powerful photos this week!
Beautiful Photos. You captured it perfectly.
Beautiful and sad at the same time.
I like the one with the gate.
Beautiful shots! Have a terrific day!
Great images! Thanks for sharing them!
I used to spend a lot of time on cemeteries and churchyards when I did family history research. I find them wonderfully calm places and love to speculate on the lives the people who rest there once led. The tree growing around the gravestone is a beautiful reminder of the passing of time. Am I right in reading that LS Day was born in London? I wonder if they found a better life before their untimely death so young?
You definitely have an eye for a great image, and I thank you for sharing. Have a great day & thanks for stopping by. Hope you stop by again next Wednesday :)
Haunting but beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
Great photos of a quiet place.
Lovely story, nice fotos cimetery , greeting from belgium
I use to live in Charleston, SC back in the 1970's. My wife at the time and I use to go camping and visit old cemeteries. How mother nature reclaimed some of them is amazing.
Great photos. The weathering makes them all the more poignant.
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