This is a great series – some really interesting shots, each with a story.
Thanks Lynne — cemeteries are sad places to me — but some good photo opps
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Great shots, looks like old stones…which cemetery is this? I posted a few cemetery pics on my photo blog, but have quite a few more from the same visit to post yet. Cemeteries are unique and interesting places to visit, like you said, great photo ops!
Thanks Bambi — yes — this is a quiet old cemetery — which makes it great to shoot. Can’t remember the name but it is right off IH35 and Manor Road.
Some very OLD graves in here — even IMA Hog — (never knew that was real — but it is) I have lots more shots of this too — just didn’t want to post to many. If you can’t find this place — let me know and I’ll look up the name
love the Harry,Emily,Scottie and Eddie ones – so simple. love the different heights – but it says it nearly all – wonder who they all were and what ages ?
+1 Walnut… simple but loaded with mystery and story. Loved the little angel too.
These details! Great photos, Art, You paint a very special atmosphere, my compliments.
When I was in the south of England, I visited several very old graveyards too. So many stories are roaming there…
Thanks Marion — there are indeed so many stories at places like these — makes one want to know them all
Hi Art; Thanks for liking my Texas post… my husband and I love to visit old cemeteries too; we get some beautiful photos. We recently discovered the Glenwood Cemetery in Houston… just gorgeous!
Hi Art! Wonderful pictures! The other day I tried making some pictures in a cemetery and it was quite a nice experience despite I felt surrounded by pain and sorrow. You can see a couple of them in my latest blog entry. Cheers!
Beautiful, Old cemeteries have a certain air about them. Great job capturing that…
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