Rosa cementary, Lithuania.

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  1. Artoo

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    The title sais it all ;)

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    I'm fascinated with #1. It's just so chaotic, and there is so much to look at, yet it's inviting and not overwhelming. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Amazing!
    Specially the first one... really great!
     
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    Wow.
    The first one is amazing. That sheet of snow adds such a nice contrast to the headstones.
    Bravo :D
     
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    It's very interesting to see how other countries handle the burial of thier dead. This cem certainly is more 'chaotic' than what we see around here. Thanks for sharing these pics.
     
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    Wow great job! Some of the cemetaries around here look like that. Just looks like people are buried on top of eachother.
     
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    Wow, I really like #1 too!!!!! Looks great and I love the b/w.
     
  8. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    the first one is really interesting.. and different and confusing.. like it!

    i like graveyards anyway ... no i am not being morbid here... just like the mood ;)
     
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    Wow!!! what a great capture!
     
  10. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, your Photo 1 is the No 1, the winner. It is really interesting to look at. So much to explore with ones eyes.
    There's hardly any crosses on our cemeteries at all any more. Just headstones ... but no statues of angels or crosses. You have to specifically go to the old cemeteries to find that. Are the crosses still the thing to put on a grave in Poland? (Or in Lithuania, for that matter?)
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    welcome to the DS gallery Artoo.... two great images, the first looks like a scene from a Tim Burton movie!..... good stuff, thanks for sharing. :thumbup:
     
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    yes it does! perfect way to decscribe it Archangel. And yes, IMO it's a great picture.:thumbup::thumbup:



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