Lest we forget

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  1. passerby

    passerby TPF Noob!

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    I went to the local cemetery this evening about an hour before sunset
    and I was choked seeing the time that are recorded on these
    tombstones, I felt subdued. I sharpened the last two as they were
    too under exposed from lack of light. More to come.

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  2. Chiller

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    Nice shooting. The last is my fave in the series.
    Always sad to see a childs grave. We have one cemetery here, where the children used to be buried seperate from the rest of the families. I have never understood why tho. :er:
     
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    Thanks Chiller for your comment. Burrying children in seperate burial place must have something to do with the local believe I guess. In this cemetary it seem they were burried in the same plot.

    Anyway, I have Browsed each grave in this cemetary, and few times I have to kneel to read those unreadable markings. And I have done the crawling under the shrubs too :D.

    I need to roam to other cemeteries next time to beat the record find. At this moment the oldest cemetary found on record is 1813, I will find the older one.

    These are taken with ISO 200 on manual. I sharpen the last two, and thanks for looking.


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