If you missed my last post, drop down and read it first.
This is part 2 of the Worldwide Photo Walk
that I participated in a few weeks ago.
Our community site was at Park Cemetery, a lovely, huge old cemetery full of old headstones, a pond
and gorgeous autumn trees.
Here are some more shots I took while there:
I just loved this old, ornate mansoleum (spelling?)
I loved doing this in black and white with just a touch of color in the rose.
Colorful tree spreading nature over the headstones.
Another mallard shot in the lilies...they were so pretty there that day!
I have a few more I will still share with you next time...
Hope you are having a wonderful autumn and treasuring each and every day of it!
All four of these are just wonderful. The top one is a real color quencher.
Fantastic photos !
Breath-taking shots! The grave stone with the red rose has an eerieness about it!
Great shots. There was a cemetery near where my son used to live that had a child's grave, which was very interesting. I always wanted to go back and photograph it. I never did, and now my son has moved from there. Your shot from yesterday's post reminded me of that head stone. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful! I love the fall colours...
Very nice! We share a "love" of cemeteries, eh?
All of the colors (or lack thereof) are visually interesting...very eye catching! I love how ornate the mausoleum corner is and that wide, orange tree is a [trick or] treat! I also like your idea to photograph a colorless headstone with one red rose. Nice contrast!
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