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Meg pointed out that an image I posted yesterday could have fitted into the ‘One’ series, but some just miss the boat… so here is the latest.





  1. That cemetery has give you a lot of inspiration, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Is there somewhere you explain the concept of the “One” series?

  3. When I was little I used to think that people were just inside those stone boxes, I scared myself silly!

  4. Nice ‘one’, Sue 🙂 I like this image a lot. And someone taking time to read the lives.

  5. I love the play of shadow and light in this picture, rest and restless at the same time.

  6. Such a reverent shot, Sue. So perfect in B&W.

  7. Visiting cemeteries reveals a whole lot about human nature.
    From the sumptuousness (Vanitas vanitatum) of mausoleums to the simplicity of the common grave a feeling of uncertainty and hope permeates all the graves.

  8. Emilio Pasquale

    Beautiful. And sad. The way you’ve captured the man’s stance really tells a story.

  9. Another powerful photo of the cemetery: and a bonus in its one visible inhabitant.

    • Sue

      Yes, I missed getting a decent image of the caretakers and his wheelbarrow, so when I saw this chap, I grabbed the shot. I just wanted one image with someone in it.

  10. This one is so poignant.

  11. Marcelo had a very interesting observation. Unlike many other photos of cemeteries I have seen on WP this one gives an intimate view of a mourner.

    • Sue

      Actually, I saw this person with a camera earlier, I think he was possibly a tourist visiting, as I was – so I may have created a misleading image.

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