Celebrating Halloween & Cemetery Art
This is so cool, Lisa! I love cemeteries. I'll have to include a post about Curaçao graveyards this month just for you--they're so alternative :D Thanks for the earlier visit to my blog, and I'll be back for more cemetery pics :)
That would be awesome!!!! Thanks!!
there is just something so peaceful about being in a cemetery. Nice pics.
It always seems quieter & peaceful. I love looking at the stones & mausoleums - the amount of detail and elaborate carvings make it so hard to believe that someone 100 years ago took a chunk of stone and created this. Just wow.
I LOVE cemeteries, especially the older sections. I visit local cemeteries at least once or twice a month. I'm researching a set of old quilt squares, stitched by women and children in 1934, in Athelstan Iowa. Unfortunately, I'm finding most of the stitchers now at Athelstan Cemetery. I'll go visit this Fall when I take the quilt squares to the museum in Iowa & will place flowers on their graves in their memory.Thanks for the post (and the blog!)
I really like exploring the really old ones. That is so cool about your quilt! And leaving flowers is such a nice touch. It's sad that so many people are forgotten after they're gone.
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