Silent Sunday 03-06-16

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  1. Oooh, I love old cemeteries. We have ones from the old West that say things like “hung for horse theft.”

  2. Beautiful light Sue! And I love the detail on the highlighted stone.

  3. Very silent, Sue. As silent as…But you knew that. (Nice shadows, and centre lighting.)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. I don’t think I’d like to go there after dark!

  5. Definitely silent!!

    janet

  6. A goose-bump image, Sue. You got the light just right. 🙂

  7. Gorgeous ligjht, Sue. And how I loved this cemetery. Now I see it in all its green colours as well – and sunlight. Thank you.

  8. Silent?
    Didn’t you hear any voice, any whisper, any lament?

  9. Great shot, Sue
    There is so much to take in – different angles and shapes of grave stones, wiggly trees and amazing light

  10. Wholely appropriate for a silent Sunday, Sue 🙂

  11. I don’t only love old doors, I love old graveyards, too. They have a lot of atmosphere, which you transfered by your wonderful photo, Sue

  12. Such a beautiful capture of the place and the atmosphere!

  13. Your ability to capture the light makes this a memorable photo Sue

  14. Beautiful light and shadow. My wife always says that when she dies she wants to become a tree. We just can’t figure out how to make that happen! But now I see why. What serenity in a cemetery shaded by trees. Out here, our cemeteries have few trees or bushes. And people have a strange tradition of leaving plastic flowers- which I hate.

  15. oh just what I like!! “now slip, now slide, now move unseen…” But truly, beautiful light!

  16. I love the light in the photo.

  17. Beautiful image, I like this alot, MM 🍀

  18. Fabulous photograph Sue!

  19. The light falling down on the graves is pure magic.. wonderful

  20. What a gorgeous light and great mood in this capture, Sue! This must have been a wonderful time at the cemetery, I hear klick-klick-klick …

  21. Such a beautiful old graveyard, my kind of place to visit 🙂

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